The exhibition "Of wine, figs, asparagus and golden apples - orangery and garden culture in the baroque garden of Großsedlitz" tells of the history of the garden as a country palace with citrus cultivation. Elector Friedrich August I collected several hundred noble orange and bitter orange trees here. This was how he presented his power. According to Greek legend, the exotic plants and fruits were considered the "gold of Hercules". The exhibition venue is the lower orangery of the Großsedlitz Baroque Garden.
Since April 2001, it has also been possible to tie the knot in the West Pavilion. Where once courtly society celebrated, today's visitors can enjoy gentle tourism and recreation.
In the Großsedlitz Baroque Garden you will receive reduced admission on presentation of your guest card.