The art gallery in Sanssouci Palace is one of the oldest originally preserved museum buildings in Europe. It was built for Frederick II. from 1755 to 1763. The exhibition includes works by Dutch, Italian and French baroque painters, such as Rubens, van Dyck and Caravaggio. The art gallery presents around 180 artworks as well as antique and French sculptures. Visitors can explore the history of the magnificent design of the hall with colored marble and golden ornaments per audio guide or during a guided tour.