Exhibition in the Palace
The new permanent exhibition shows exhibits about the famous globetrotter and garden enthusiast Prince Pückler, which tell something about his personality and his ancestors. Exhibits in eleven rooms provide information about the prince’s everyday life. For example, you can find out which guests frequented the Palace and which dishes Pückler had served for them.
Exhibition at the Prince’s rooms and the Chamois Room of Branitz Palace
Carl Blechen’s landscapes mark a milestone in the development of modern painting. Since 1913, the City of
Cottbus has been collecting works by the Cottbus-born artist, his contemporaries, as well as their so-called
successors up to modernism.
Parts of the Carl Blechen Collection were first presented here in Branitz in 1947, when the palace became a
museum. Today, these three Prince’s rooms and the Chamois Room host a selection of his paintings and graphics.
Exhibition in the Visitor Centre
The permanent exhibition in the Visitor Centre provides information about the mastery of the princely Parkomaniac and the Cottbus-based painter, the common artistic principles of painting and garden art and invites visitors to take a varied look at the creation and significance of Branitz Park.