The Großsedlitz Baroque Garden is a magnificent work of garden art of the late Baroque period. With more than 400 tub plants, including 150 bitter oranges, which are set up in the summer months, the wide stairways, water features, wide lines of sight, accurately cut hedges and 64 sandstone sculptures as well as decorative vases, visitors experience banqueting halls in the greenery, which invite them to enjoy and celebrate. The structure of the gardens has remained unchanged since 1732. The design with two opposite slopes implemented here is rarely found north of the Alps. This wonderful combination of French and Italian Baroque represents a special treasure of Saxon horticultural art that has no equal.
1st April to 18th October 2020 daily 10 am to 6 pm
19th October to 31th October 2020 daily 10 am to 5 pm
Adults 5 Euro,
reduced 4 Euro Children (6-16 years) 1 Euro
Group fee (min. 15 persons) 4 Euro per person
Season ticket 12 Euro
The Euroregion Culture Card is valid here.
guided toursshopspecial exhibitions
Thematic guided tours "History and Stories Revolving around Saxony's Most Beautiful Baroque Garden" (from Easter to 31 October on Sundays and holidays at 11 am or by previous arrangement)
Museum education offers on the Baroque era for children and teens
Exhibition texts in Polish, Czech, Russian, English and French
handicapped accessible toilet, limited handicapped accessible
The arrival by bus is possible until the bus stop "Heidenau Barockgarten Großsedlitz" directions_railway directions_bus.
A large number of parking spaces are available directly at the Baroque Garden.