Lenné Park Blumberg

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Count Friedrich Ludwig von Arnim-Boitzenburg purchased the Blumberg estate and, as was customary for nobles, commissioned the experts of the day to plan a manor house and expand the park. Architect Friedrich August Stüler delivered the plans for the castle and Peter Josef Lenné the designs for the grounds.
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  • Gutspark Blumberg, Foto: Regionalpark Barnimer Feldmark e.V./Frau Karola Richardt
  • Gutspark Blumberg, Foto: Regionalpark Barnimer Feldmark e.V./Frau Karola Richardt
  • Gutspark Blumberg, Foto: Regionalpark Barnimer Feldmark e.V./Frau Karola Richardt
  • Gutspark Blumberg, Foto: Regionalpark Barnimer Feldmark e.V./Frau Karola Richardt
  • Gutspark Blumberg, Foto: Regionalpark Barnimer Feldmark e.V./Frau Karola Richardt
  • Gutspark Blumberg, Foto: Regionalpark Barnimer Feldmark e.V./Frau Karola Richardt
  • Gutspark Blumberg, Foto: Regionalpark Barnimer Feldmark e.V./Frau Karola Richardt
The castle was burnt down in the last days of the Second World War in 1945, and in the years that followed the castle grounds suffered greatly through natural disasters and even more so through human neglect until well into the 1970s.

Thanks to individuals, community maintenance and investment, and the work of the regional park association Barnimer Feldpark e.V., however, in recent years the "Blumberger Lenné-Park" has developed into a real gem on the outskirts of Berlin.

Nowadays the park has been mostly freed of the structural wrongdoing that plagued it in the past decades, including removing the barracks on the castle grounds and the concrete wall in the park. Many of the paths in the park have been restored, and the wooden bridges on the Hexenberg and on Eichenallee have been rebuilt faithfully to the originals. The island and its group of oak trees is recognisable once more, and some ditches have been uncovered. The park is ideal for walks, picnics or jogs against a harmonious backdrop.

Admission is free.
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Count Friedrich Ludwig von Arnim-Boitzenburg purchased the Blumberg estate and, as was customary for nobles, commissioned the experts of the day to plan a manor house and expand the park. Architect Friedrich August Stüler delivered the plans for the castle and Peter Josef Lenné the designs for the grounds.
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  • Gutspark Blumberg, Foto: Regionalpark Barnimer Feldmark e.V./Frau Karola Richardt
  • Gutspark Blumberg, Foto: Regionalpark Barnimer Feldmark e.V./Frau Karola Richardt
  • Gutspark Blumberg, Foto: Regionalpark Barnimer Feldmark e.V./Frau Karola Richardt
  • Gutspark Blumberg, Foto: Regionalpark Barnimer Feldmark e.V./Frau Karola Richardt
  • Gutspark Blumberg, Foto: Regionalpark Barnimer Feldmark e.V./Frau Karola Richardt
  • Gutspark Blumberg, Foto: Regionalpark Barnimer Feldmark e.V./Frau Karola Richardt
The castle was burnt down in the last days of the Second World War in 1945, and in the years that followed the castle grounds suffered greatly through natural disasters and even more so through human neglect until well into the 1970s.

Thanks to individuals, community maintenance and investment, and the work of the regional park association Barnimer Feldpark e.V., however, in recent years the "Blumberger Lenné-Park" has developed into a real gem on the outskirts of Berlin.

Nowadays the park has been mostly freed of the structural wrongdoing that plagued it in the past decades, including removing the barracks on the castle grounds and the concrete wall in the park. Many of the paths in the park have been restored, and the wooden bridges on the Hexenberg and on Eichenallee have been rebuilt faithfully to the originals. The island and its group of oak trees is recognisable once more, and some ditches have been uncovered. The park is ideal for walks, picnics or jogs against a harmonious backdrop.

Admission is free.
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Weather Today, 9. 8.

14 27
Partly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Wednesday
    12 29
  • Thursday
    14 30

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