Museum of Decorative Arts (Schloss Köpenick)
Built between 1677 and 1681 for the future Frederick I, the restored Köpenick Palace now exhibits furniture from several different palaces. Note the Renaissance-style marquetry room from Haldenstein Palace; the Baroque mirror cabinet from Wiesentheid Palace; and the Chinese room decorated with delightful lacquered paintings from the Palazzo Graneri in Turin. On the second floor, admire the luxurious Wappensaal with its stucco coats of arms and 18C porcelain.
Address :Château de Köpenick (île du Château)
Thu-Sun 10am-5pm - closed Bank Hols, 24 and 31 Dec