Fodor's Expert Review Schloss Britz

Neukölln Family

This sprawling country estate consists of a beautiful early-18th-century Schloss, a manor house, and grounds complete with a working farm—all of which are quite a contrast to the stark, modernist 1960s and 1970s housing that fills the Britz neighborhood. Don’t miss the small research library in the manor’s attic or the restaurant located in the so-called Schweizer Haus, the old dairyman’s living quarters, and manned by Matthias Buchholz, a Michelin-starred chef who left a career in Berlin’s top restaurants to make something of this local outpost. The Museum Neukölln is on the grounds, too, in the former cow stalls of the Schloss Britz, and you'll also find special exhibitions (such as Toulouse-Lautrec posters) inside the Schloss.

Family Historic Sight

Quick Facts

Alt-Britz 73
Berlin, Berlin  12359, Germany

- 030 - 6097–9230

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: €8 exhibitions; Museum Neukölln free, Exhibitions closed Mon.

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