The Dresden Panometer presents its visitors an entirely unique exhibition concept. Since 2006, the Berlin artist Yadegar Asisi has been using a former gasometer in the Reick district of Dresden to show his globally unique 360° panoramas. At a height of 27 metres and a circumference of more than 100, the Dresden Panometer features local history, condensed in an exceptional artwork. Thanks to day and night installations as well as fitting background music and sounds, the striking 360° panoramas have an absolutely real and lifelike appearance. From a height of 15 metres, a true-to-scale perspective on the events in the panorama images opens up to the visitors on the viewing platform. The concept of each panorama is rounded out by an accompanying exhibition and film contributions, making the Panometer the perfect way to acquaint oneself with the city on the Elbe. The panorama exhibition “DRESDEN IN 1945 – The Tragedy and Hope of a European City” will be on view from 12 January 2019, preceded and followed by “DRESDEN IN THE BAROQUE – The Legend of the Saxon Royal Residence” (until 6 January 2019).
Monday to Friday 10 am to 5 pm Saturdays, Sundays, holidays 10 am to 6 pm “DRESDEN IN THE BAROQUE – The Legend of the Saxon Royal Residence”: until 7 Jan. 2018 "DRESDEN IN 1945 – The Tragedy and Hope of a European City”: 13 Jan. to 22 Apr. 2018 "DRESDEN IN THE BAROQUE – The Legend of the Saxon Royal Residence”: from 28 April 2018
Adults 11.50 EUR reduced 10.00 EUR Children (ages 6 to 16) 6.00 EUR Children under 6 free of charge For information on group tickets, see Internet