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Green Vault
Specialty Museums
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Panometer Dresden
Specialty Museums
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Horch Museum
Specialty Museums
Specialty Museums
Royal Palace (Residenzschloss)
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, History Museums
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Colditz Castle
Castles, Historic Sites, History Museums
Mendelssohn-Haus Leipzig
Historic Sites, History Museums
Bach Museum
History Museums, Specialty Museums
Deutsches Hygiene-Museum
Science Museums
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Ore Mountain Museum
History Museums, Natural History Museums, Science Museums, Specialty Museums
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Single ticket is for 3 museums - art gallery, museum of china and porcelain, museum of mathematics, so very affordable.
One of many wonderful museums to explore in this beautiful city of Dresden.
Green Vault Dresden
It has two sections: the Historical Green Vault, one of the oldest museums in the world, housing the old Royal Collections in a stunning baroque interior and the New Green Vault displaying outstanding pieces of th...
We could take photos and our small bags inside the New Green Vault and other museums inside the complex though and we really enjoyed all of the displays here.
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Horch Museum Zwickau
One of the best car museums I ever saw
Located in Zwickau, the museum display an excellent collection of Horch and Auto Union cars from the early 20th century as a permanent collection.
Colditz Castle Colditz
There are two museums illustrating the life and events in Colditz from late 1939, through 1940 as the castle became an “international” POW camp until the liberation by the US army in April 1945.
... worth the extra couple of Euro's It gives you well insight into what life would have been like, and the story's of the escape attempts are incredible, allow 3-4 hours to do the museum as well, Bring your camera!
At present five museums are housed in the palace: the Historic Green Vault, the New Green Vault, the Numismatic Cabinet, the Collection of Prints, Drawings and Photographs and the Dresden Armory with the Turkish C...
Wonderful museums.
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It cost E10 each even with a museum card but it was well worth it.The view from each vantage point - top of tower and various stops on the way up and the ground floor- caused constant surprise.
Has the feel of a museum but quite out of the ordinary and the panoramic painting was brilliant.
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Loveliest of museums!
With morning concerts every Sunday, a watercolour gallery to die for and a house brimming with family memories and musical manuscripts that offers the visitor an incite to Mendelsohn the man and artist; the museum...
Grassimuseum Leipzig
This beautiful museum is actually three museums : the Museum of Ethnography, the Museum of Musical Instruments and the Museum of Applied Arts.
The Ethnographic Museum -- concentrating on Asia and the Pacific Islands is certainly among the best and best organised we've every seen.
You could just take a cozy short or long walk the way the royal ladies did or if you have more time do dare yourself to experience the awe at the museums.
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..well done to the city authorities for pumping money into museums such as this.
I went to Berlin's German History Museum prior to visiting this, and to me this feels like taking the German division history from the Berlin museum, and expand on the East German history.
I love porcelain and visited different museums with porcelain collections but this one by far is the best ever.
Augustus the Strong was an avid collector of porcelain, both antique and contemporary, and this museum (part of the lovely Zwinger palace) shows off the best of his collection.
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Albertinum Dresden
The holdings of the two museums, with paintings ranging from Caspar David Friedrich to Ludwig Richter and sculptures from Auguste Rodin to the 21st century, are displayed on three floors in exhibition halls with a...
Taking the high interest and great value of all the artworks which can be beheld in that museum as well as the beauty of the building itself into account the visit thereof while in Dresden is highly recommended.
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However, I'm glad I changed my mind and joined him as it's a whole lot more than some military museums and monuments that often celebrate their victories and overlook the massive human costs of war.
One of the best museums I have visited!
Bach Museum Leipzig
The Bach museum is one of the most intimate, comprehensive museums to an individual that I have visited.
Today the Bach Archive is devoted to research on Johann Sebastian Bach and on the members of the musical Bach family active in Thuringia and Saxony.The objects exhibited in the Bach Museum offer valuable insights...
As a scientist who is fascinated by historical scientific instruments, this museum was a blast!
Absolutely fascinating museum visit
Very cool museum about the secret police...everything is in German only but audio guides are available for 4 Euros which will enhance the visit quite a bit
For those who can read German, this museum is incredibly interesting and gives guests a very detailed and intricate look into the Stasi operations.
By the same painter there is in the Museum a great deal of real masterpieces such a “The Holy Trinity worshipped by Maria and S. Sebastian” and “Adam and Eve” among many others.“The
I am very much interested in 19th century northern classin and romantic paintig; so the collection of Bildenden Künste has gained my attraction and I have spent hours in the museum.
If you are interested in science based museums.
Fascinating Building, a Museum that is unique
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Terra Mineralia Freiberg
In first place you can admire beautiful castle in which is the museum situated.
This is a cool manageable rock museum at Freiberg Tech.
Great fun for both parents and children of any age...We visited the museum on a rainy day and it was an absolute life saver.
This is a really great museum with lots of interactive and hands on displays!
The museum beautifully exhibits and explains the history of the wood carving trade of toys and Christmas decorations, in the Erzgebirge area, going back decades.
We visited this museum while stopping through Seiffen.
As with most museums that I visited, students will get some discount, which really helps.
This museum is very interesting and informative.
Visiting their museum, you get to see a wonderful display of their three centuries of creations and have live demonstrations by various of their artisans as to how they make their pieces.
After the tour the upstairs museum with fabulous antique, fantastic animal and some room size pieces is a must to visit.
The museum shows as well outstanding testimonies of the court culture and of the society customs through the context of the town in different epochs, the citizenry’s growing self-confidence and the conflicts havin...
We are art lovers and try to go to every art museum wherever we go.
We were very lucky to have a guided tour with the museum director, Mr Reinhard Reichel who has immerse experience in german history and horology.
This excellent museum deals with the history of clockmaking, generally, and the history of the clockmaking community of Glashutte, in particular.
The first floor is a good, traditional, city museum - the history of Leipzig through the centuries, with a lot of good maps and paintings you can compare to the modern city.
There is so much to do in Leipzig it would be easy to miss this museum but to do so would be to miss out on history.