In the Panometer of Dresden you can admire the baroque beauty of the city and also see it burn down by the Allied attacks.
Marvel at hundreds of square meters of spectacular panoramic artworks by renowned artist Yadegar Asisi in the unique exhibition space of a converted gasometer
See the beautiful baroque architecture of the Dresden skyline from 1756
Embark on a journey into the immediate aftermath of the Allied bombing raids that caused the firestorm of 1945
Aren't you impressed by paintings in normal size? Don't look any further, but visit the Panometer Dresden!
In this converted gasometer building there are two huge panorama pictures. The first, baroque Dresden: The myth of the royal city of Saxony shows the Dresden skyline from 1756. The other, Dresden 1945: Tragedy and hope of a European city, shows the city in ruins after the Allied air raids that led to the firestorm of 1945.
Monday to Friday: 10-17 o'clock
Saturday and Sunday: 10-18 o'clock
Wheelchair-accessible: All exhibitions are accessible, with the exception of the 15 metre high visitor platform (only accessible via stairs).
Last admission is 1 hour before closing.
Pets are not allowed.
Bring a valid ID for discounted tickets.
Children under 6 years get free entry per one adult. 1 person per disabled visitor receives free entry.
Tuesdays: Student & trainee discount on site with valid ID
Reduced tickets on site for groups of 10 persons or more
• Admission to Panometer Dresden
• Rental of binoculars (possible on site for an extra charge)
• Guided tour
• Audio guide
Panometer Dresden: Gasanstaltstraße 8B, 01237, Dresden. - - Show your smartphone ticket at the ticket office for groups.
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