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Named after King Albert of Saxony, the Albertinum is an art museum located in the historic city center of Dresden. The museum focuses on painting and sculpture from the Romantic period to the present day, and its collections — which range from Rodin to Richter — have earned the museum a worldwide reputation as a center for fine art in Germany. With a large restoration program, the Albertinum's glass-fronted display storerooms allow visitors to get insights into the museum's internal workings and how the restoration process works. The Renaissance-style building that houses the museum, completed in 1563, was once a military arsenal and now has archives instead of weapons in its immense vaults, as a new arsenal was built for Dresden in the late 19th century.

The museum is especially unique because much of the original structure remains, having been spared from excessive damage during the 1945 bombing of Dresden, unlike many other museum buildings nearby. The Albertinum is also home to the Galerie Neue Meister and the Skulpturensammlung, two of Dresden's most illustrious art museums.

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Tuesday–Sunday 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Tzschirnerpl. 2, Dresden, Germany, 01067
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Dresden's 'Balcony of Europe': A Self-Guided Audio Tour along the River Elbe

Dresden's 'Balcony of Europe': A Self-Guided Audio Tour along the River Elbe

The cobbled streets and historical charm of Dresden attract busloads of visitors but only a few of them find its hidden ”balcony”. This stretch along the River Elbe is in the city centre, but has stately architecture and sweeping views over the magnificent Elbe Valley with its vineyards. Property here was once so coveted that for a long time only a select few could even set foot upon the Balcony of Europe. On this self-guided audio tour you'll learn the answers to these questions: • How did this come to be called "The Balcony of Europe"? • Can there be someone richer than a king? • What’s the name of Dresden's most famous cake? • What’s the significance of a bench made out of white plastic? • Is there a link between Dresden's and Hansel and Gretel? • What is Saxony's "White Gold"
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Dazzling Dresden Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

Dazzling Dresden Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

There are few city silhouettes more impressive than Dresden’s. The classic view from the Elbe’s northern bank takes in domes, towers and spires belonging to stately buildings, churches and palaces, and it's difficult to fathom that the city was all but wiped off the map by Allied bombings in 1945. Perfectly suited for discovery on foot, our self-guided audio tour allows you to set the pace and explore at your leisure as you uncover the stories of this amazing city. To discover this fascinating city in your own time and at your own pace just download this self-guided audio tour, pop in your headphones, open the map that comes with your download and start walking. The tour will take approximately two hours, but you can pause the audio guide when needed. Grab a bite to eat or do some shopping along the way. You wil see masterpieces such as Raphael’s breathtaking Sistine Madonna, Auguste Rodin’s iconic sculpture The Thinker. Please note that this tour is only available in English.
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Albertinum hours of operation: Tuesday–Sunday 10 a.m.–6 p.m.. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.