In 1664, the great elector acquires the Bornstedter Manor. Until the reign of Friedrich Wilhelm I a brewery and a distillery built on the site, from 1727 a hop garden, 100 years later is sacrificed to the Lenne'schen beautification plans.
The in the meantime placed under the Office of Potsdam is in 1841 by Friedrich Wilhelm IV. back-acquired and after a fire in 1846-48 in the Italian style newly built. In 1867, it is Friedrich Wilhelm and Victoria to the residence of the Crown Prince pair. Emil Sello redesigned the garden in 1875 along English lines.
After several modifications, the estate from 1901 by Princess Feodora, a sister of the Empress Augusta Victoria, is inhabited. That period with modern buildings have formed ensemble is from 1999 re built and reconstructed. The Crown was reopened on June 1, 2001.
Distance from hotel: 6.3 km