Friedrichsfelde manor house

Friedrichsfelde manor house and its surrounding gardens take you back in time to 18th-century Berlin.

Most recently, it belonged to the von Treskow family, whose graveyard is situated close to the polar bear habitat. In May 1945 the manor was occupied by Soviet troops. Thanks to the efforts of Heinrich Dathe, in 1955 it was deemed an important landmark within the newly opened Tierpark and saved from demolition. Renovation work began in 1967, and the manor house was ceremonially reopened on 11 June 1981. The splendid renovation was only made possible thanks to the establishment of the Tierpark. Inside, the walls are decorated with historic wall coverings and paintings. A particular highlight is the neo-classical banqueting hall, which regularly hosts cultural events. You can find further information here.

The early neoclassical design belies the fact that the manor house was originally built in 1685. Throughout its eventful history, it has passed through the hands of many lords of the manor.

The animal residents here are:

Opening hours

Today, 2. August
9:00 - 18:30
Last admission: 17:00
All opening hours

Feedings & Trainings

  • No public Animal feeding & training sessions are taking place at this time.

Arrival

Am Tierpark 125, 10319 Berlin

Route (Google)