At the end of the 1920s, the Jewish Fraenkel family commissioned Erwin Barth, Berlin state garden director, to design a private garden on the banks of the Havel. Today it is a garden monument and has been made accessible to the public again since 2016.
The garden includes a rose garden, a perennial cascade, and a large fruit and vegetable garden. A scenic area with a waterfall, ponds, and a tea pavilion was added later.
We warmly invite you on a summer excursion to Kladow with a guided tour on the history of this country house garden. The café on the sunny terrace there makes it a great place to spend Sunday afternoon after the guided tour.
Where, when, what?
- Sunday 20 August 2017, 1 pm
- See location on map
12.45 pm, "Sommercafé im Landhausgarten Dr. Max Fraenkel",
Lüdickeweg 1, 14089 Berlin-Kladow
Please book by 14 August
Tel: +49 (0)30 25 993 04 36
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