Schloss Köpenick

Berlin, Germany
4.6 / 5
The palace, standing on the site of an ancient fortress (supposedly built by the Slavs). In the 16th century, Köpenick was a more modest structure and was used as a hunting castle for the Elector Joachim II. In the 17th century, the palace was expanded and a park was built in the surrounding area. Nowadays, the building houses the Museum of Decorative Arts. Concerts are held in the square in front of the palace in the summer.
Schloss Köpenick
Schloss Köpenick
Address:Schlossinsel 1, Berlin
Phone:+49 30 266424242
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 11:00–18:00 wednesday: 11:00–18:00 thursday: 11:00–18:00 friday: 11:00–18:00 saturday: 11:00–18:00 sunday: 11:00–18:00


I opted for a tour before the concert and was pleasantly surprised at the manner in which the entire palace and concert hall has been maintained and artifacts are well looked after. I will certainly return in the Summer :)


Definitely worth a visit if u happen to be in köpenick or a fan of Roccoco and braroko art. Great collections of masterpieces! Limited original ruins left in the palace but the artwork collections shown here r definitely amazing. Different periods an.. Read more »


beautiful historic palace. You can see some really cool rooms inside of it. This is off the beaten path so it's not really for every Berlin tourist. but if you do make it out this far it would be a shame to miss the luxurious rooms and the beautiful .. Read more »


Schloss Köpenick is a pretty mid-tier palace experience. It's not somewhere you would go on a short trip to Berlin, but it's absolutely worth a visit if you live in the area and like history. The ceiling work is in tact but not much of the walls or f.. Read more »


Lovely grassy area, great for the family to sit.


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