One of Germany's most famous opera houses, the Semperoper opened in 1841 and has hosted premieres of famous works by Richard Strauss,...
This wonderful collection of scientific implements dating from the early 16th century on will delight anyone interested in the history...
Museum für Völkerkunde
The Dresden's Museum für Völkerkunde boasts well over 70,000 anthropological items from far-flung corners of the world.
Undubbed English films shown here.
If you're yearning for something traditional, meaty and quintessentially Saxon, then this is the place for you. Oozing old world...
Weisseritzstrasse 3 · interesting places nearby
The huge mosque-like Yenidze began life in 1909 as a cigarette factory with a chimney disguised as a minaret and a stained-glass dome. Today it's home to offices, a ho-hum restaurant and Dresden's highest beer garden (beneath the dome).