Take a journey back into the 18th century when you enjoy the Palace Tour and the Berlin Residence Concert experience. You will need to make your own way to the Palace at Spandauer Damm 10-22, 14059 Berlin. On arrival you should exchange your booking vouchers for your tickets at the office at the Small Orangery (Spandauer Damm 22-24, 14059 Berlin). The office is open at 0900h (09:00am) - 1800h (6:00pm) Mondays to Saturdays.
The Palace Tour (approx 1 hour) is available from 1000h (10:00am) - 1700h (5:00pm), so you can pick a time to suit your schedule.
You must take the tour at Charlottenburg Palace on the same day as you attend the concert atthe Great Orangery. It is recommended that from November to March, you start the Tour at the latest at 1600h (4:00pm) and from April to October at the latest at 1700h (5:00pm).The concert performance begins at 2030h (8:30pm).
Charlottenburg Palace is the largest palace in Berlin. The magnificent building is surrounded by glorious gardens showcasing various architectural styles. The building was in its heyday in the 18th century under the Prussian King Frederick the Great who was an enthusiastic patron of the arts.
Your self-guided Palace Tour is available in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish or Japanese language options. Armed with an audio-guide you will be able to explore the splendidly furnished chambers and ballrooms with exclusive art collections.
In the evening you can enjoy a delightful Baroque concert in the delightful surroundings of Charlottenburg’s Great Orangery. The Berlin Residence Orchestra offers four concert ticket categories, namely:
• VIP (front row of auditorium):
• Category A: Front section
• Category B: Middle section
• Category C: Rear section
VIP guests will enjoy a glass of Champagne during the interval.
To help recreate the atmosphere of King Frederick’s court, the musicians will be dressed in 18th century costumes.You will be treated to compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach, George Frideric Handel, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Antonio Vivaldi. Works by Frederick the Great himself and his court composer complete the musical experience.
The concert lasts approximately 2 hours and at the end you will need to make your own way back to your accommodation.