S-Bahn Berlin planned a hike.
March 1, 2019
"Here in the north of Berlin hides a pretty Schlössken with a particularly varied history. The old Fritz had bequeathed the place to his dear Queen Elisabeth Christine in 1740 and from that time spent all her summers out here botany. As you say, the king has passed nüscht once - the lady was probably just right. After their death, the fine kings knew how to make a nice start with the castle and let it jingle. Only in the Weimar Republic did a few builders lace around the ailing substance. Ironically, under Hitler's henchmen, the castle was then again finely cleaned out. And for what: so that've been able to store the "degenerate art" here. For the sale abroad, the works were just barely enough, and besides, the scoundrels could then pocket their bags. Later, the GDR superiors tore the lock under their nails. First there was the president of the state and later high-ranking foreigners. Today you can walk around in the castle and in the park and revel in the memory of old times. "Starting point of the tour is the S-Bahn station Wollankstraße, which is approached by the lines S1, S25 and S26. First you stroll through the small Bürgerpark Pankow and then through a quiet residential area to the castle park Niederschönhausen. It's worth taking a stroll through the park before visiting the castle and its exhibition. Before you go back to the train station, you can stop for a coffee and cake in Café Sommerlust. From here you walk along the Tschaikowskistraße to the Volkspark Schönholzer Heide and on to the S-Bahn station Schönholz. From here the S-Bahn S1, S25 and S26 take you back to the city.