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Schloss Köpenick (Köpenick Palace) has been used as an exhibition space by the Kunstgewerbemuseum since 1963. Before the reunification of Germany, artworks located in the east of Berlin were put on display here. The buildings on the island were...more
Schloss Kopennick houses parts of the Museum of Applied Arts (the other parts of the exhibition is in Kuturforum Complex near Potsdamer Platz) This museum is actually a part of the 20+ museums that belong to "State Museums of Berlin" (Staatliche Museen zu Berlin). With...More
I only managed to visit the grounds of the Schloss as the museum inside was closed on the day of my visit but it was a truely lovely building situated on the water. The grounds are well kept and beautiful on a sunny day. I...More
Today this wonderfull castle is the second museum of applied art in Berlin. The Castle itself is worth to visit, you get a little insight feeling, how the aristocrats was living. It is far away from the tourist routes - very few people visit it.
Even if you've seen the main Museum of Applied Arts in central Berlin, this is a must for anyone interested opulent interior design. Schloss Köpenick is the palace that houses the Staatliche Museen’s collection of Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo decorative arts. In terms of design...More