Historical Site of the Potsdam Conference at Cecilienhof Palace
This palace was the last one erected by the Hohenzollern dynasty between 1913 and 1917. It served as a place of residence for crown prince William and his family until 1945. It was also here that the Potsdam Conference of the Allies took place from 17 July until 2 August 1945. The heads of government from the USA, the Soviet Union, and Great Britain – Truman, Stalin, and Churchill (later Attlee) – debated about a post-war policy for Germany and Europe. The historical conference hall as well as the conference rooms and offices used by the delegations can be toured.
Apr-Oct: Tue-Sun, 10 am to 6 pm
Nov-Mar: Tue-Sun, 10 am to 5 pm
Im Neuen Garten
Phone: +49.331.96 94 520
Fax: +49.331.96 94 530