The Small Stubben Chamber belongs to the Stubben Chamber, which is a national park with its chalk cliffs and UNESCO World Heritage beech forests. From the vantage point " Viktoria-Sicht" extends a magnificent panorama of the surrounding chalk cliffs and the shining Baltic Sea.
The Small Stubben Chamber houses the viewpoint "Victoria View", which was named after the then King of Prussia Wilhelm I on the occasion of his visit with the Crown Princess Victoria. From the Victoria View a breathtaking view of the King's Chair extends. The iron platform, which juts out slightly above the edge of the shore, was built in 1865.