The Dresden Technical Collections are both a museum and a science centre. In exhibitions and educational programmes, key questions of the current development of technology, culture and society are linked with Dresden's tradition as a centre of high technology. The Mathematics Adventure Land, the experimental exhibition "Wellenreiter" (Wave Rider) and numerous museum educational programmes encourage independent experimentation and playful learning about natural phenomena, scientific methods and the basics of technology. "Cloud 8: The Climate and Us" in the Ernemannturm provides information and encourages an exchange of views on the subject of climate change. Temporary exhibitions present positions in regional and international photography. In the 48-metre-high Ernemannturm, a café invites visitors to enjoy the view over Dresden.
Tue to Fri: 9 am to 5 pm
Sat/Sun/holidays: 10 am to 6 pm
Adults €5.00, reduced €4.00 Children up to and including the age of 6 free of charge Groups (min. 10 persons) €4.50 / 3.50 pp Fridays (except holidays) from 12 noon admission free of charge Annual ticket for the municipal museums €30.00 / families €40.00
The Euroregion Culture Card is valid here.
holiday offersguided tourscafeshopspecial exhibitions
Cafe in the tower, Epsilon - the adventure land for children, experimental field, adventure workshop, museum cinema, tower parties, family sunday children's birthday in the museum, newsletter, MACHwerk, DLR_School_Lab
group-specific tours, workshops, experimental demonstrations, holiday program
Guided tours in English by previous arrangement
handicapped accessible in all areas, handicapped accessible toilet
The "Pohlandplatz" tram and bus stop directions_railway directions_bus is around 200 m away.
Roadside parking is available on Junghansstrasse directly in front of the building. A little further away there is a car park at the Konsum supermarket, which is reserved for customers during its opening hours.