1734 bought the "soldier king" Friedrich Wilhelm I. With the reconstruction of the Rheinberg Castle, Rheinberg developed from a sleepy farming town to a small baroque residence.
From 1736 to 1740 the Crown Prince philosophized and performed here. Rheinberg became well known by Fontane (e.g. "walks through the Mark Brandenburg and Tucholsky Rheinberg: A Picture Book for Lovers ").
Worth a visit:
- Free guided tours of the nuclear power plant with information about the deconstruction and the history of nuclear power
- Stroll around the shopping area
- Ceramic factory at Werksverskaufsausstellung,
- Brandenburger potters' guild,
- Permanent glass and Christmas decoration exhibition,
- Gallery, boutique, shops, restaurants.
Visit the 22 metre high Mecklenburg Lake lighthouse with superb observation deck.
Things to do:
- Annual open-air Opera Festival of Chamber Opera Schloss Rheinberg. Launched in 1991 by composer Prof. Siegfried Matthus.
- Academy of Music, which offers year-round concerts, ballet, musical theater and musical-literary events in the Palace Theatre, the Akademiehof or the Hall of Mirrors from Rheinberg castle.
- Annual pottery market, which takes place on the second weekend in October.