Altranft Manor Park

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Today’s manor park in Altranft was designed around 1820, when the von Hacke family gave the entire village a completely new look. The centuries-old noble residence dates back to around 1375 and it is closely linked to the name of the first local landowner family von Pfuel, who were lords of the manor for a period of more than 300 years. Investigations of the core walls and the barrel vaulting have confirmed the date of construction. The manor house built at that time was much smaller, however, and would have had little in common with the palace that can be visited today. It was surrounded by a small pleasure garden with a vineyard, herb and kitchen garden, tree nursery and two carp ponds, thereby reflecting the functional nature of the original manor house. Its first mention in historical records dates back to 1726. This is also borne out by the stables and barns located on the grounds.
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  • Veranstaltung im Schlosspark Altranft, Foto: Stefan Schick
  • Museum Altranft im Schlosspark Altranft, Foto: Stefan Schick
  • Eingangstor zum Schlosspark Altranft, Foto: Stefan Schick
  • Museum Altranft im Schlosspark Altranft, Foto: Stefan Schick
  • Museum Altranft im Schlosspark Altranft, Foto: Stefan Schick
  • Museum Altranft im Schlosspark Altranft, Foto: Tourismusverband Seenland Oder-Spree e. V.
The manor park – like so many parks in the state of Brandenburg – bears the hallmark style of famous landscape designer Peter Joseph Lenné, although no evidence has been found that he was actually involved in creating this park. The 3.5-hectare garden was also redesigned in the first half of the 18th century in the English style. The lines of sight give the park its character: the first to the east between the castle and the River Oder, the second towards Altranft and the third with a view of an old lime tree in front of the manor house wall as a “point de vue”. The reconstruction of the sight lines began in 1986 when the original design was restored. Today, the entrance to the park is adorned by a wrought-iron gate, but this has only been in use since 1990. Before that a white slatted gate hung here. The manor park has an attractive population of old trees, extensive lawns, the Altranfter manor house at its centre and a neighbouring domestic animal paddock where visitors can enjoy walking and spending time.

Altranft is also a vibrant setting in which all generations can find out about what life and work was like in the countryside in bygone times. There are a number of interesting demonstrations, exhibitions and buildings to discover at the Altranft museum village. If you would like to learn how agricultural equipment was forged and how cattle were kept in the traditional way, be sure not to miss out on a visit to Altranft. A visit to the museum café is the perfect way to finish off an extended walk in this true-to-life museum setting that offers such diverse impressions.

Year of construction: circa 1820
How to get there: Car: A10 to exit Berlin-Marzahn, then B158 to Bad Freienwalde and B167 to Altranft; train: RE3 to Eberswalde, continue on the RB60 to Altranft
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Today’s manor park in Altranft was designed around 1820, when the von Hacke family gave the entire village a completely new look. The centuries-old noble residence dates back to around 1375 and it is closely linked to the name of the first local landowner family von Pfuel, who were lords of the manor for a period of more than 300 years. Investigations of the core walls and the barrel vaulting have confirmed the date of construction. The manor house built at that time was much smaller, however, and would have had little in common with the palace that can be visited today. It was surrounded by a small pleasure garden with a vineyard, herb and kitchen garden, tree nursery and two carp ponds, thereby reflecting the functional nature of the original manor house. Its first mention in historical records dates back to 1726. This is also borne out by the stables and barns located on the grounds.
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  • Veranstaltung im Schlosspark Altranft, Foto: Stefan Schick
  • Museum Altranft im Schlosspark Altranft, Foto: Stefan Schick
  • Eingangstor zum Schlosspark Altranft, Foto: Stefan Schick
  • Museum Altranft im Schlosspark Altranft, Foto: Stefan Schick
  • Museum Altranft im Schlosspark Altranft, Foto: Stefan Schick
The manor park – like so many parks in the state of Brandenburg – bears the hallmark style of famous landscape designer Peter Joseph Lenné, although no evidence has been found that he was actually involved in creating this park. The 3.5-hectare garden was also redesigned in the first half of the 18th century in the English style. The lines of sight give the park its character: the first to the east between the castle and the River Oder, the second towards Altranft and the third with a view of an old lime tree in front of the manor house wall as a “point de vue”. The reconstruction of the sight lines began in 1986 when the original design was restored. Today, the entrance to the park is adorned by a wrought-iron gate, but this has only been in use since 1990. Before that a white slatted gate hung here. The manor park has an attractive population of old trees, extensive lawns, the Altranfter manor house at its centre and a neighbouring domestic animal paddock where visitors can enjoy walking and spending time.

Altranft is also a vibrant setting in which all generations can find out about what life and work was like in the countryside in bygone times. There are a number of interesting demonstrations, exhibitions and buildings to discover at the Altranft museum village. If you would like to learn how agricultural equipment was forged and how cattle were kept in the traditional way, be sure not to miss out on a visit to Altranft. A visit to the museum café is the perfect way to finish off an extended walk in this true-to-life museum setting that offers such diverse impressions.

Year of construction: circa 1820
How to get there: Car: A10 to exit Berlin-Marzahn, then B158 to Bad Freienwalde and B167 to Altranft; train: RE3 to Eberswalde, continue on the RB60 to Altranft
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Tel.: +49 (0) 33631-868100
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Weather Today, 12. 8.

15 30
Partly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Saturday
    16 31
  • Sunday
    18 31

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