Flatow Tower at Babelsberg Park

Stiftung Preußische Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg

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Flatowturm im Park Babelsberg © SPSG © SPSG

The Flatowturm (Flatow Tower) at Babelsberg Park was built from 1853 to 1856 for Kaiser Wilhelm I according to designs by Johann Heinrich Strack. The inspiration for this 46-metre tower in a New Gothic style was the medieval tower at the Eschenheimer Gate in Frankfurt am Main.
The royal couple used the building as a guesthouse but also to house their collections. Visitors have a unique view from the rooms, which feature some of the original furniture. The park can be seen from the tower in different sections and perspectives, which expand in a fan-like way the higher up you go. From the circumferential platform up top, visitors can enjoy a unique panorama view over the city and park landscape.
A permanent exhibition provides information on the tower's history, the history of Babelsberg Park and the landscape-design theme of "Sight".

Flatow Tower at Babelsberg Park
Park Babelsberg 12
14482 Potsdam

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Winter Season

1. November 2018 - 30. April 2019

Monday - Sunday
closed
Summer Season

1. May 2019 - 31. October 2019

Monday - Friday
closed
Saturday - Sunday
10:00 - 17:30
Last entry
30 min. before closing
Admission price
4,00 €
Reduced price
3,00 €
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