Schlosspark Hubertushöhe (manour house and park)

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Here, you have not only arrived at the restless heights of time – you’re also in the safe hands of art-loving “lords of the manor”, who are aiming to turn the Hubertushöhe castle gardens into a true place of culture to allow spiritual freedom and create a symbiosis of art and nature. On the banks of the shimmering Lake Storkow, the water blends with the idyllic gardens enclosing the castle inside on an area of around 5 hectares like a protective cloak. The magnificent complex of the castle and terrace, coach house, lakeside residence, fisherman’s cottage with snack bar and beer garden plus harbour with boat houses was acquired by two industrialists in 2012 in order to turn what had been a luxury hotel into a place for all those interested in art, culture and literature.
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  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Angelika Laslo
  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Angelika Laslo
  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Angelika Laslo
  • Herbst im Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo
  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Angelika Laslo
  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo
  • Winter im Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo
  • Schloss Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo
The former hunting lodge from the Wilhelmine era was built in just 11 months, in around 1900, by the Privy Councillor Georg Büxenstein and Berlin architects Georg Roensch and Max Jacob. Büxenstein was a Berlin print shop owner, publisher and court printer whose work involved printing large quantities of bank notes for the Imperial Bank. It is unusual in architectural terms, and its hand-crafted interiors made it an architectural and cultural monument of national importance. The tobacco manufacturer Reemtsma, who had acquired the castle from the previous owner, gave it to the former German Army as a military hospital after the start of the war. Like many properties of this type, it was confiscated by the Red Army at the end of the war and used as an engineering college for the inland fishing industry in GDR times. The new plans for the use of the area include the creation of an art and literature park. Expansion to 13 hectares is intended to create more space for sculptures, audio units and panels with aphorisms, quotes and extracts from stage plays so that good literature can be used to expand visitors’ horizons as they walk through the many trees of the spacious gardens. The view across the Großer Storkow Lake from the grassy meadows is truly romantic.

The newly planned exhibition hall also aims to host exhibitions of contemporary paintings and sculpture plus performances of plays, cabaret and poetry readings. In addition, the hunting lodge is available as a location for events and weddings.

Year of construction: 1900
How to get there: Car: A12 to Storkow exit, continue on L23 to Storkow; train: RB36 to Hubertushöhe
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Here, you have not only arrived at the restless heights of time – you’re also in the safe hands of art-loving “lords of the manor”, who are aiming to turn the Hubertushöhe castle gardens into a true place of culture to allow spiritual freedom and create a symbiosis of art and nature. On the banks of the shimmering Lake Storkow, the water blends with the idyllic gardens enclosing the castle inside on an area of around 5 hectares like a protective cloak. The magnificent complex of the castle and terrace, coach house, lakeside residence, fisherman’s cottage with snack bar and beer garden plus harbour with boat houses was acquired by two industrialists in 2012 in order to turn what had been a luxury hotel into a place for all those interested in art, culture and literature.
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  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Angelika Laslo
  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Angelika Laslo
  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Angelika Laslo
  • Herbst im Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo
  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Seenland Oder-Spree/Angelika Laslo
  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo
  • Winter im Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo
The former hunting lodge from the Wilhelmine era was built in just 11 months, in around 1900, by the Privy Councillor Georg Büxenstein and Berlin architects Georg Roensch and Max Jacob. Büxenstein was a Berlin print shop owner, publisher and court printer whose work involved printing large quantities of bank notes for the Imperial Bank. It is unusual in architectural terms, and its hand-crafted interiors made it an architectural and cultural monument of national importance. The tobacco manufacturer Reemtsma, who had acquired the castle from the previous owner, gave it to the former German Army as a military hospital after the start of the war. Like many properties of this type, it was confiscated by the Red Army at the end of the war and used as an engineering college for the inland fishing industry in GDR times. The new plans for the use of the area include the creation of an art and literature park. Expansion to 13 hectares is intended to create more space for sculptures, audio units and panels with aphorisms, quotes and extracts from stage plays so that good literature can be used to expand visitors’ horizons as they walk through the many trees of the spacious gardens. The view across the Großer Storkow Lake from the grassy meadows is truly romantic.

The newly planned exhibition hall also aims to host exhibitions of contemporary paintings and sculpture plus performances of plays, cabaret and poetry readings. In addition, the hunting lodge is available as a location for events and weddings.

Year of construction: 1900
How to get there: Car: A12 to Storkow exit, continue on L23 to Storkow; train: RB36 to Hubertushöhe
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Robert-Koch-Straße 1

15859 Storkow (Mark)

Weather Today, 15. 8.

18 30
Possible light rain in the evening.

  • Tuesday
    18 32
  • Wednesday
    19 33

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15526 Bad Saarow

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

Weather Today, 15. 8.

18 30
Possible light rain in the evening.

  • Tuesday
    18 32
  • Wednesday
    19 33

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