• Castle Köpenick, © Photo: Andreas Steinhoff/Commons

  • Castle Köpenick, © Photo: Andreas Steinhoff/Commons

Köpenick Palace

Berlin, Germany

Initially built as a hunting lodge in the 16th century, today the Köpenick Palace is used by the Kunstgewerbemuseum as an exhibition space. After its re-opening in 2004, the palace now accomodates decorative artifacts of the Renaissance, Baroque, and Rococo periods. The palace church houses a mechanical organ and is frequently used for classical concerts.

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Köpenick Palace
Schlossinsel Köpenick
12557 Berlin
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Schloss Köpenick is situated in the south-eastern part of Berlin in the district of Köpenick.

Lines 27, 60, 61, 62, 67, 68 to Schlossplatz Köpenick

Seating Information

Aurorasaal, 300 Seats

Schlosskirche, 300 Seats

Silberbuffet Saal, 300 Seats