Dresden City Museum

Not far from the Dresden Frauenkirche, in the Landhaus, lies the Dresden City Museum. The building, constructed from 1770 to 1775 according to plans by the court architect Friedrich August Krubsacius, is one of the architectural highlights of the city. The permanent exhibition showcases over 1,000 objects in four halls. With over 20 media stations and a wide range of museum educational programs, there are diverse ways to engage with Dresden’s 800-year history. A variety of film installations and a small cinema illustrate the city’s development over the last century. Regular special exhibitions enrich the permanent display.


Wilsdruffer Strasse 2
01067 Dresden

Opening hours

Tuesday to Thursday, Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 10 am to 6 pm
Friday 10 am to 7 pm

24.12.2024 / 25.12.2024 / 31.12.2024 closed


  • multimedia guide
  • guided tours
  • café
  • shop
  • disabled access in all areas of the museum
  • accessible restroom

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