The administration of the Landtag Brandenburg sees itself as being a service provider. It provides a wide variety of different services for the Parliament and the Members of Parliament.

It also has a varied offering for members of the public who are interested in finding out about the work of the Landtag. These include in-house guided tours, parliamentary learning formats for children and young people, a wide range of publications, and much more.


Directions to Landtag Brandenburg

The Landtag Parliament Building can be reached best by public transport. It takes about 10 minutes to walk to the Parliament Building from the main railway station in Potsdam. The Landtag building is normally open to visitors from Monday to Friday between 8.00 am and 6.00 pm.

Parliament Building

Parliament Building, viewed from the south

After 13 years at the Potsdam Brauhausberg the Brandenburg Landtag moved into its new home in the rebuilt city palace in Potsdam’s historic city centre in 2014. In doing so, the Landtag moved closer to the people – in the truest sense of the word.

Visitor Programmes

Visitors at Landtag Brandenburg

The Brandenburg Landtag is not only open to the citizens of Brandenburg, but also to guests from other federal states in Germany and from abroad. The guided tours of the Landtag focus on providing a better understanding of democracy and parliamentarianism.

Educational Clip

Explanatory Video

Many things, such as the length of school years, are governed by law. These are rules to which everyone must abide. But who actually makes these rules? In Brandenburg, the State Parliament, or Landtag, is responsible for this. Watch our SimpleShow Video to learn more about it.



The Landtag Brandenburg has a series of publications on the work of the parliament. These are available free of charge. Several information leaflets provide interesting facts about the various tasks of the parliament and its current composition. Other publications focus on current events.