Orangerie Charlottenburg

Great Orangerie. Charlottenburg Castle. Berlin
West wing, east wing or terrace? Sounds princely and is royal. Stucco on the high ceilings, checkerboard pattern on the floor. Light floods in from two sides through the large arched windows. Orange, bitter orange and lemon trees used to overwinter here. This outside inside makes great things sublime.

In the Rotunda, the red-veined marble stretches right under the dome: a little bit of roof, a little bit of sky. People also found it back then and danced through baroque summer nights. History whispers in every corner and arrives in the here and now: with underfloor heating, integrated background sound and Wi-Fi. You see, King, there's something going on! A building is always a stage for what demands radiance in its own time.

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Key facts
Facts sqm Height Row Parliament Banquet Reception

The West Wing & The East Wing
448sqm each - 6.50m ceiling height
For up to 500 people each, about half for a banquet.

The Rotunda
260sqm 8.50m ceiling height
For 150 people.

The Terrace
2,000 square meters
All parts of the Orangery are barrier-free.
An in-house orchestra and a master of ceremonies can also be booked, as can a tour of the palace or a special opening of the house.


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History of the building

The Great Orangery was built as a functional building, which - in keeping with the Baroque spirit of the time - was characterized by its magnificent architecture. During the cold winter months, around 500 orange, bitter orange and lemon trees spent the winter in the two daylight-flooded wings of the building.
In the summer months, the orangery was already a regular venue for magnificent court festivals and balls.

During a bombing raid on Berlin, large parts of Charlottenburg Palace and the Great Orangery were severely damaged. After the end of the Second World War, the palace was rebuilt with great attention to detail, which was completed in 1957 with the restoration of the dome.
Today, Charlottenburg Palace is the last remaining city palace in Berlin - and is considered by connoisseurs to be one of the most beautiful historic aristocratic residences in the world.
Like the palace itself, the Great Orangery was restored to its former glory in the 1950s and 1960s.


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