• Dresdner Zwinger, Wallpavillon © Benjamin Bartho

  • Dresdner Zwinger, Wallpavillon © Benjamin Bartho

Dresdner Zwinger

Dresden, Germany

The Dresdner Zwinger is among the most famous Baroque buildings in Germany. Completed in 1728, the complex was designed by architect Matthäus Daniel Pöppelmann. Various museums have there home in the palatial complex, and the festive halls of the interior are used for frequent concert performances.

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Dresdner Zwinger
01067 Dresden
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Lines 1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12 to Postplatz
Lines 4, 8, 9 to Theaterplatz

Lines 62, 75, 94 to Theaterplatz

Marble Hall
The Marble Hall of the Dresdner Zwinger is situated directly above the French Pavillion. Pass the French Pavillion and the Fountain of Nymphs, then go up the stairs on the left. Continue to the left. The entrance is at the narrow end of the building.

Seating Information

Marble Hall, 150 Seats

Zwingerhof, 500 Seats

Wallpavillon, 200 Seats