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Panometer Dresden

The Dresden Panometer presents its visitors with a thoroughly unique exhibition concept. Since 2006, the Berlin artist Yadegar Asisi has been using a former gasometer in the Reick district to exhibit 360° panoramas that are unique worldwide. With a height of 27 m and a circumference of over 100 m, the Dresden panorama shows local history compressed into an extraordinary work of art.

The impressive 360° panoramas appear absolutely real and alive thanks to a day and night light installation and matching background music and soundscape. At a height of 15 metres, a true-to-scale 1:1 perspective of the events in the panorama image opens up to the visitor on the inner visitor platform. The concept around the panoramic images is rounded off with an accompanying exhibition and film clips, making it the perfect way to get to know the city on the Elbe from back then.



The panorama exhibitions "DRESDEN IN THE BAROQUE – Myth of the Saxon Residence City" (current exhibition) and "DRESDEN 1945 – Tragedy and Hope of a European City" are presented alternately. These can be admired during the public guided tours daily at 11 am and 2 pm. The exhibition is bilingual and the guided tours are also in English.

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Visitor address

Gasanstaltstraße 8b, 01237 Dresden


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Local public transport

Tram Nos. 1, 2 to Liebstädter Straße · Bus Nos. 64 to Gasanstaltstraße · S-Bahn Nos. S1, S2 to Dresden Reick


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Opening hours

Mon to Fri 10 am to 5 pm, Sat/Sun/public holidays 10 am to 6 pm
Guided tours daily at 11 am and 2 pm

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