Schiller Pavilion

In 1785, Friedrich Schiller accepted an invitation from Christian Gottfried Körner and traveled to Dresden. There, he enjoyed the idyllic atmosphere at Körner’s vineyard estate. Often, he withdrew to a small garden house to work on the manuscript of “Don Carlos” and complete the ode “To Joy.” The Schiller Pavilion in Dresden-Loschwitz, furnished in the second half of the 19th century, commemorates Schiller’s stay. The uniqueness of the place and an exhibition about Schiller’s Dresden friends, his works, and admirers make it the smallest but remarkable museum in Dresden’s museum landscape.


Schillerstrasse 19
01326 Dresden

Opening hours

Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 10 am to 5 pm (Easter until October 31st)

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