Dr. Max Fraenkel’s Country House Garden
Guided Tour exclusively for Friends of the Museum
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
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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