In the Landhaus, only a few metres away from Dresden's Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady), is the Dresden Municipal Museum. This building, erected in 1770-75 according to plans by the court architect Friedrich August Krubsacius (1710-1790), is one of Dresden's architectural showpieces. In four rooms, the permanent exhibition has over 1,000 items on display. More than twenty media terminals and many educational features create a variety of ways to engage with eight hundred years of history in Dresden. A number of film installations and a small cinema illustrate the changes that have taken place in the city over the past century.
Wilsdruffer Straße 2
Tue to Thu/Sat/Sun 10 am to 6 pm, Friday 10 am to 7 pm, Mon closed
Adults €5.00, reduced €4.00, children up to and including the age of 6 free of charge, groups €4.50/3.50 pp (min. 10 persons), annual ticket for the Museums of the City of Dresden €30.00 / families €40.00, on Fridays (except holidays) admission free of charge
The Euroregion Culture Card is valid here.
guided tourscafeshopspecial exhibitions
Library, newsletter, room rentals
Guided tours, family and holiday programmes; programmes for pre-school children and pupils; projects and activities
Guided tours in English by previous arrangement
handicapped accessible in all areas, handicapped accessible toilet