Table of contents
How to buy tickets for Sanssouci Palace & Sanssouci Park
Tickets for Sanssouci Park
Visiting Sanssouci Park is generally free of charge. However, you have the option of paying a voluntary entry to the park and thereby supporting the park maintenance.
Voluntary entry to the park
It is possible to make a voluntary contribution to support the maintenance and care of the gardens. The contribution includes a flyer with a map of the park and sightseeing tips. The sale takes place at the vending machines and from the visitors’ carers in the park.
Price: 2.00 €
Annual park & gardens ticket (voluntary entry to the park)
You can also support the maintenance of the park with an annual pass. This also includes 1 × free entry to Glienicke Castle and the Flatow Tower in Park Babelsberg. The annual ticket is valid for the respective calendar year. The sale is possible among other things at the visitor supervisors in the park, in the visitor centers and at selected ticket offices.
Price: 12.00 €
Tickets for Sanssouci Palace
Combined ticket sanssouci +
The sanssouci + combination ticket entitles you to a one-time visit to all * open castles of the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Berlin-Brandenburg Foundation in Potsdam, including Sanssouci Palace.
Price: 19 euros / reduced 14 euros
- You can get the sanssouci + discounted with the Berlin WelcomeCard.
- It’s best to take a guided tour to learn interesting facts.
- To avoid annoying waiting times, you can purchase a sanssouci + online ticket. So you book a fixed admission time at Sanssouci Palace – and thus avoid waiting times at the lock cash desk! Single tickets are available on the website of the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Berlin-Brandenburg Foundation.
Please pay attention to the respective castle opening times and possible guided tours.
Tours and tickets with GetYourGuide
It is even more convenient if you book guided tours. This way your arrival and departure is perfectly organized, you will get useful information from your guide and save yourself the trouble of organizing the tickets. We offer tours, guided tours and tickets around Sanssouci Palace through our partner GetYourGuide. Or use one of the bestseller offers. Don’t wait – go to Frederick the Great’s summer palace – and secure your tickets.
|Activity / description||buy tickets|
|Combined ticket sanssouci +|
The combined ticket sanssouci + entitles you to a single visit to all * open palaces of the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg in Potsdam, including Sanssouci Palace, on one day.
|Single tickets are available on site and from the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg.|
|Potsdam: City and Palace Tour|
Experience an entertaining city tour to the highlights of Potsdam and visit the fascinating palaces of Sanssouci, Cecilienhof and the New Palais. Stroll through the baroque old town and walk in the footsteps of "Old Fritz".
|Potsdam: 1-day ticket for the hop-on / hop-off bus tour|
Discover Potsdam at your own pace with a 1-day ticket for the hop-on, hop-off sightseeing bus. Hear interesting live commentary on the bus about the sights and hop on or hop off at any of the 12 stops.
|Potsdam Palace Night in Sanssouci Park|
One of the special highlights is the Potsdam Palace Night in Sanssouci Park in Potsdam. The two-day event every year attracts thousands of visitors to Potsdam.
|Bike tour through Potsdam|
Get to know Potsdam on a guided 4.5-hour bike tour through the picturesque university town. Explore the beautiful palaces, parks and gardens. See the historic city center and the Dutch Quarter.
|From Berlin: Potsdam & Sanssouci - City of German Kings: |
Explore one of the most beautiful and interesting places in Germany: Sanssouci Palace with its palaces and gardens. Hear exciting stories about how Germany and Prussia came into being. Admire the architecture in Potsdam.
|From Berlin: Palaces & Gardens of Potsdam - Bike Tour|
Potsdam is Berlin's most popular destination for excursions and bike tours. Explore Prussian castles and Cold War sites in the green parks and quiet alleys. Discover the sights of Potsdam on this 6.5-hour tour from Berlin.
|From Berlin: Potsdam Private Guided Tour in English|
Explore the former royal residence of the Prussian kings on a private 6-hour tour of Potsdam from Berlin. See the UNESCO World Heritage palaces and parks, and learn the city’s history from your guide. Go to the Marble Palace, Schloss Cecilienhof, and more
|From Berlin: Potsdam city tour of the emperors|
The former capital of the Kingdom of Prussia, Potsdam's baroque parks and palaces, have received the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the city with a guide on this small-group tour by train from Berlin. Hear about emperors, kings, and World War II. Stroll through ornate streets and Sanssouci Park. and skip the long lines for Sanssouci Palace itself. Please note: Entrance fees and train tickets are at your own expense.
|Private half-day walking tour of Potsdam and Sanssouci Palace|
Explore the former seat of the Prussian kings on this private half-day tour of Potsdam, including the magnificent Sanssouci Palace. Follow your guide through Potsdam's old town, stopping to snap photos of the Brandenburg Gate. Stroll through the opulent City Palace and admire the red brick buildings of the Dutch Quarter. Then admire the UNESCO World Heritage Site Sanssouci Palace and explore the palace gardens, the Chinese tea house, and the tomb of the Prussian King Frederick the Great.
|Potsdam & Berlin WelcomeCard: |
Explore Berlin & Potsdam with the Potsdam & Berlin WelcomeCard for 48h, 72h, 4, 5 or 6 days. Use public transport in zones AB or ABC, get discounts of up to 50% with over 200 partners (including Sanssouci Palace +) & use the pocket-sized travel guide.
|Many more Tours and activities can be found at our partner GetYourGuide.|
|Tip: With GetYourGuide you can cancel booked activities up to 24 hours before the start and receive a full refund.|
Other top sights in Potsdam and related tours and tickets are also available from our partner GetYourGuide.
Further information is available on the official website of the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Berlin-Brandenburg Foundation.