Schloss Neuhardenberg (manor house)

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Neuhardenberg lies on the western edge of the Oderbruch – a former marshland region in Brandenburg that Theodor Fontane wrote about in his “Wanderungen durch die Mark Brandenburg” (Walks through the Brandenburg Marches), in the volume entitled “Das Oderland”.
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  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv Andreas Franke
  • Schlosspark Neuhardenberg, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg / Toma Babovic
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: fotokraftwerk
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg bei der Neuhardenbergnacht, Foto: Markus Bachmann
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: TMB/Geertje Wieck
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: Michael Schön
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv Andreas Franke
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: fotokraftwerk
  • Vestibül - Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg / Toma Babovic
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg / Toma Babovic
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: fotokraftwerk
  • Gutshof - Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg / Toma Babovic
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: Foto TMB-Fotoarchiv Andreas Franke
The origins of the castle complex date back to the end of the 17th century. The Electress Dorothea von Brandenburg acquired the Quilitz estates, later Neuhardenberg, in 1679. A castle garden in the Baroque style was built as early as 1708. In 1763, Captain Joachim Bernhard von Prittwitz receives the Quilitz Estate from the Crown as a gift. From 1786 to 1790, von Prittwitz builds the castle as a single-storey three-wing building with a high mansard roof. In 1814, the Prussian State Chancellor Prince Karl August von Hardenberg receives Quilitz as a gift, along with other possessions, in gratitude for his special services relating to the reforms in Prussia; he changes the name to Neu Hardenberg in 1815. In around 1920, the castle is rebuilt as a two-storey Classical castle according to plans by Schinkel. In 1822, the gardens are expanded and redesigned to plans by Lenné.

The castle complex has been converted by the Deutsche Sparkassen- und Giroverband into a centre for arts and culture, science and business ethics with a hotel and two restaurants. In addition, an internationally highly respected programme of cultural events, with exhibitions, readings, debates, concerts and theatrical performances, also provides the space and opportunity to meet others and expand our knowledge. The castle grounds can be visited at any time.

Tip: Guided castle tours are offered on Sundays from the end of March to the end of October. Individual tours can be arranged by telephone on request.
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Neuhardenberg lies on the western edge of the Oderbruch – a former marshland region in Brandenburg that Theodor Fontane wrote about in his “Wanderungen durch die Mark Brandenburg” (Walks through the Brandenburg Marches), in the volume entitled “Das Oderland”.
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  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv Andreas Franke
  • Schlosspark Neuhardenberg, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg / Toma Babovic
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: fotokraftwerk
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg bei der Neuhardenbergnacht, Foto: Markus Bachmann
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: TMB/Geertje Wieck
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: Michael Schön
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv Andreas Franke
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: fotokraftwerk
  • Vestibül - Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg / Toma Babovic
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg / Toma Babovic
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: fotokraftwerk
  • Gutshof - Schloss Neuhardenberg, Foto: Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg / Toma Babovic
  • Schloss Neuhardenberg
The origins of the castle complex date back to the end of the 17th century. The Electress Dorothea von Brandenburg acquired the Quilitz estates, later Neuhardenberg, in 1679. A castle garden in the Baroque style was built as early as 1708. In 1763, Captain Joachim Bernhard von Prittwitz receives the Quilitz Estate from the Crown as a gift. From 1786 to 1790, von Prittwitz builds the castle as a single-storey three-wing building with a high mansard roof. In 1814, the Prussian State Chancellor Prince Karl August von Hardenberg receives Quilitz as a gift, along with other possessions, in gratitude for his special services relating to the reforms in Prussia; he changes the name to Neu Hardenberg in 1815. In around 1920, the castle is rebuilt as a two-storey Classical castle according to plans by Schinkel. In 1822, the gardens are expanded and redesigned to plans by Lenné.

The castle complex has been converted by the Deutsche Sparkassen- und Giroverband into a centre for arts and culture, science and business ethics with a hotel and two restaurants. In addition, an internationally highly respected programme of cultural events, with exhibitions, readings, debates, concerts and theatrical performances, also provides the space and opportunity to meet others and expand our knowledge. The castle grounds can be visited at any time.

Tip: Guided castle tours are offered on Sundays from the end of March to the end of October. Individual tours can be arranged by telephone on request.
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Schinkelplatz

15320 Neuhardenberg

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16 30
Partly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Friday
    15 30
  • Saturday
    17 31

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15526 Bad Saarow

Tel.: +49 (0) 33631-868100
Fax: +49 (0) 33631-868102

Weather Today, 11. 8.

16 30
Partly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Friday
    15 30
  • Saturday
    17 31

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