Coins, medals and bank notes are important testimonies to history. As one of the oldest and most prominent collections of its kind, the Münzkabinett is a museum of European stature. The collection comprises some 300,000 objects ranging from antiquity to the present day – everything from coins, medals, decorations, banknotes, historical bonds and coin and medal dies to minting machinery and equipment. One important focus is the collection of Saxon coins and medals, which vividly reflect the history of Saxony. The permanent exhibition has been on view in the Georgenbau of the Royal Castle since June 2015. The library and study hall are accessible for use.
Wednesday to Monday 10 am to 6 pm, Tuesday closed Study hall and library: Wednesday 10 am - 5.30 pm
Castle Ticket for all museums and special exhibitions in the Royal Castle (except Historic Green Vault), including audio guide: Adults 12 EUR, reduced 9 EUR Free admission for children and teens up to and including the age of 16 Groups (min. 10 persons) 11 EUR per person One-day ticket for all museums of the Dresden State Art Collections 19 EUR One-year ticket for all museums of the Dresden State Art Collections 50 EUR (reduced 40/20 EUR) No charge for use of library and study hall