Visitor’s Informations

The Kunsthaus Dresden in the baroque quarter of Dresden Neustadt is currently closed.

We look forward to welcoming you again this year to new projects and exhibitions at the robotron canteen in the center of Dresden and at Parzelle 3 in Dresden-Striesen.
In the meantime, visit our intervention of contemporary art on the history and present of racism „Raster der Gewalt“ in the exhibition „MENSCHENanSCHAUEN“ at the Stadtmuseum Dresden until July 7.


Save the Date:
Plot 3 at the allotment garden association „Flora I“ e. V.
April 18 Season opening with pavilion exhibition Patrick will „URTICA D.“
June 1 Garden concerts „Music for Plants and Humans“

TECHNO WORLDS in the robotron canteen (May 5 to July 28)
German premiere of the Goethe-Institut’s international touring exhibition in collaboration with the Kunsthaus Dresden
Sat May 4 from 6 p.m. Exhibition opening and aftershow
Event program in cooperation with Klubnetz Dresden e. V.


Stadtmuseum Dresden / Wilsdruffer Straße 2 / 01067 Dresden

Grid of Violence. From Gazes to Acts
11/5 2023 till 7/7 2024


Parzelle 3 des Kleingärtnerverein „Flora I“ e. V. / Bergmannstraße 39 / 01309 Dresden (stop Bergmannstraße)

We cordially invite you to our branch Parzelle 3 im Garten in der Flora I e. V. in Dresden-Striesen!

All outdoor garden projects can be visited daily.
Admission free


The Kunsthaus Dresden displays regularly changing exhibitions of contemporary art. The exhibitions address specific and typically current topics of contemporary art oriented towards an international spectrum.

Please read the information pertaining to the current program available on our homepage — the exhibitions shown at the Kunsthaus Dresden are special exhibitions which necessitate intermittent restructuring. The Kunsthaus is open from Tuesday to Sunday. Admission is usually free on Friday. Please visit our homepage for more on openings hours and admission fees.

Concerts, performances, Films, Lectures, Workshops

One of the main objectives of the Kunsthaus Dresden is to offer current cross-genre events relating to the foci of exhibitions. Please see our current program for information on discussions, films, lectures or performances and admission.

Discussions / Guided tours for advanced visitors

For the advanced visitor (and anyone who wishes to become one), we offer exhibition tours guided by an expert from our team. During your guided visit to an exhibition, you have the opportunity to delve behind the scenes with our team member and discuss the background of the development of the artworks and the exhibition itself. This special visit to the exhibition can also be made available to youths in VET or to students in small or medium-sized groups. Please request a guided tour in your native language; someone is usually available who is happy to discuss art with you in English and Spanish, for instance.

Mediation at the Kunsthaus Dresden

Each Friday at 4 – 6 pm (admission is free on Friday), this offer is available to individual visitors who wish to learn more. Please  register at the visitor desk!

Admission prices:

regular reduced
Entrance 4,00 € 2,50 €
Group ticket * 3,00 € 2,00 €
Family ticket ** 6,00 €
Family ticket Mini ** 4,00 €
Tours 1,50 € 1,00 €
Städt. Museen und Galerien 2-Tageskarte 10,00 € 7,00 €
Städt. Museen und Galerien 2-Tageskarte Gruppe 8,00 € 6,00 €
Annual ticket 30,00 €
Family Annual Card 40,00 €
Entrance Garden frei / free

Kunsthaus Dresden
Rähnitzgasse 8 / 01097 Dresden (Neustadt)
Opening hours: Tue-Thu 2 - 7 pm, Fri-Sun 11 am - 7 pm
Free entrance every Friday!

* Groups of 10 people minimum
** Children till age of 16


Due to its central location, the Kunsthaus Dresden is easy to reach from anywhere in the city. The Kunsthaus is located in the heart of the city quarter Innere Neustadt, not far from the pedestrian zone Hauptstraße which acts as a central axis and connects the traffic hub Albertplatz to the Neustädter Markt. The Rähnitzgasse is located in the direct vicinity of the gilded equestrian statue of Augustus the Strong, nicknamed the Golden Rider.

By tram:

Stop Neustädter Markt (Line 9) or Albertplatz (Lines 3, 6, 7, 8, 11).



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