The contrast between The Loo Palace’s two exhibitions could not have been greater. From the graceful and timeless Sisi to the ultimate military man, William II, the last German Emperor. The Kaiser exhibition began just two days ago, and I visited it right away. To my own surprise there was no ban on photography this time (just flash photography was prohibited), and luckily I had brought my BIG camera for some nature shots.
The exhibition is divided over two floors, as with the Sisi exhibition.
The centrepiece of the exhibition is a reconstruction of the dinner service for the wedding of Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia and Ernest Augustus, Duke of Brunswick. It is quite gorgeous and a little overwhelming too.
I’m quite impressed with this exhibition. Through working with Huis Doorn a lot of the items are genuine and not copies, making the whole exhibition a lot more powerful. I was surprised by the number of items linked to royal women, like the medallions with the hair. Also, this time around the exhibition does not require a supplement to the regular entrance fee. Overall, I would definitely recommend going to the Loo Palace. The Palace itself is beautiful as well. The Kaiser exhibition is open until 28 February 2016.