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Last Saturday, I visited this building, since I got the entrance for Sanssouci Castle at 16:00.
As with all attractions around Sanssouci Park, we have a chance to buy the ticket just for this building, as well as the ticket for all attractions around the...More
The Neue Kammern building is decorated, though not all of the rooms are still furnished. It's close to the main palace and the windmill, so it's convenient to see and is a lovely building, but you can skip it if you're short on time or...More
You may need a map of the grounds in order to locate buildings like the Neue Kammern because there are few signs giving directions to such buildings and there are many paths. We just happened to be lucky to select a path that led to...More
Although just few steps away from the main Sanssouci palace, the New Chambers (or Neue Kammern in German) seemed deserted in comparison to its more famous "brother". The former orangery building was turned into a guesthouse - just west of the main palace. The largest...More
Originally built as an orangery in 1747, where they would bring the orange trees inside during the winter months. Fredrick the Great had this place converted into a splendidly decorated guest house for foreign royalty and other guests. Very lovely small palace to visit.
Neue Kammern, or New Chambers, is an extension of the New Palace. It's just next to the windmill and most visitors simply overlooks this and goes straight to the Sanssouci Gardens instead. That means that this would be a more peaceful place to visit.
The Neue Kammern are effectively the extension to the Sanssouci Palace which is located a couple of hundred metres away.
We visited just after visiting the Sanssouci Palace itself and the contrast was amazing. The number of rooms is smaller here, but as it was...More