In the Panometer visitors can see the impressive 360 ° show - Panorama Dresden after the Second World War in 1945 of artist Yadegar Asisi. With its 1:1 scale the painting, which is accurate in every detail and over 2,999 m², will certainly impress all visitors.
- Panorama dimensions: 27m high and 105m wide
- Great view from a 15m tall visitor platform
- Alternating day and night sequences
- Background music from Erik Babak
|Included||1 day entry to the Panometer Dresden, free of charge to children up to 5 years old|
|Not included||Public tour (3 €)|
|Categories||Attractions, Explore & Discover|
|Important information||Last entry 1 hour before exhibition closes, plan on a minimum of 1,5 to 2 hours for your visit|
Gasanstaltstraße 8b, 01237, Dresden, Deutschland
Offered byPanometer GmbH
Just the size of this unique Dresden representation by the artist Yadegar Asisis will impress every visitor to the Panometer. Ever since 2006 this exhibition has been a permanent part of the Saxon leisure culture.
Currently you see a 360° panorama of "Dresden 1945 - Tragedy and Hope for a European City". Form the Town Hall Tower the visitors discover the ruins of destroyed Dresden after 1945. You also see the interactions of European war-torn history.
From 06.06.2015 the visitors admire again Dresden Baroque time.
At the 360° panorama you will learn a greal deal about life in the magnificent Baroque Saxon Capital between 1695 and 1760. From a 15m tall platform visitors have an excellent view and can peruse the painting in detail. The artist used numerous Vedute (highly detailed and usually large-scale cityscapes) as a basis, on which contemporary impressions were portrayed realistically. Asisi has managed to unite scenes from the everyday life of common citizens with representations of life at the Saxon court in his huge panoramic painting. As washerwomen go about their occupation at the Elbe, several important historical figures, such as Zar Peter I, Johann Sebastian Bach and the famous court jester Joseph Fröhlich can be discovered on the canvas. The arrival of the Sistine Madonna, the attraction of Clara the Rhinoceros, the hectic hustle of the Italian Village or the reunion between Casanova and his mother are also portrayed in the painting.
The day and night scenes alternate every 15 minutes. Supporting background noises make the panoramic picture appear even more life-like. Nobody will be able get their fill of this artistic snap-shot during one visit.
A colorful accompanying exhibition provides information about the creation of the painting and its exhibition. The visit is rounded off by a 15 minute Making-of-film.
The Panometer is open Tuesday to Friday from 10:00am to 5:00pm and, on weekends, on the 25th and 26th of December and on the 1st of January to 6:00pm. On the 31st of December the panorama can be visited until 3:00pm. Visitors should plan on approximately 1,5 to 2 hours for a visit.
Public tours take place daily at 11:00am and 2:00pm. Last admissions are up to 1 hour before the exhibition closes.
Der Architekt Assisi ist genial, so was zu entwerfen ist einzigartig. Mir und meinen Mannes hat sehr gefallen. Wir empfehlen jeden, der nach Dresden zum Besuch kommt den Panometer zu besuchen.
Bei der Buchung gab es überhaupt keine Probleme.
Auf alle Fälle werde ich darüber erzählen und weiter empfehlen.
Vielen Dank für den wunderbaren Vormittag.