Park Regulations


Branitz Park is an important European historic garden. It serves all visitors with quiet enjoyment and recreation. Please contribute to the preservation and protection of this historic garden by respecting the Park Regulations.

Entering the park and the museum is done at your own risk.

Not all paths are accessible in winter.

Please refrain from the following during your visit:

  • Leaving the paths
  • Accessing meadows and other plantations
  • Picking flowers
  • Damaging or removing trees or shrubs
  • Camping, spending the night in the park
  • Playing ball
  • Making a fire
  • Riding your bike
  • Swimming or fishing in the waters
  • Walking on the ice of the lakes
  • Skiing and sledging
  • Doing business
  • Organising collections
  • Carrying out advertising, except in connection with approved events

Dogs must be kept on a lead.

Smoking in the park is prohibited from forest fire warning level III onwards.

Vehicles of any kind are not permitted in the park without express permission.

The instructions of the staff of the Prince-Pückler-Museum Park and Palace Branitz Foundation must be followed. Anyone who contravenes the provisions of these Park Regulations is in breach of the regulations and may be subject to a warning fine or penalty charge pursuant to the Law on Administrative Offences.


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