The Grosssedlitz Baroque Garden - An unfinished symphony
The Grosssedlitz Baroque Garden is a grandiose work of landscape gardening from the late Baroque period. With over 400 potted plants, including 140 bitter orange trees which are displayed on the upper and lower terraces during the summer months, the wide steps, water fountains, wide views, closely-trimmed hedges and 64 sandstone sculptures as well as ornamental vases, visitors can experience festival rooms amongst greenery inviting them for enjoyment and celebration.
Symbol of the garden: The bitter orange trees
Orange trees were among the most important elements of the gardens in the 17th and 18th centuries. No Baroque garden is complete without these trees, which are usually imported from Italy.....
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Opening Times and Admission
You can visit the Baroque garden the whole year round. It is especially worth a visit during the main season from April to October, when you can experience the Baroque garden in its seasonal blossoming.
While it is possible to see the Baroque garden the whole year, during the main season from April 01 to October 31 there is an entrance fee. During the winter season it may be necessary to close the garden due to weather conditios.