Technische Sammlungen Dresden. Museum of Science and Technology
The Technische Sammlungen Dresden are a museum located at a site rich in tradition.
The building with its prominent tower formerly a camera factory and place of business for Ernemann Works, later Zeiss-Ikon AG and VEB Pentacon counts as one of the most meaningful industrial buildings of the past century. The museum possesses more than 30,000 objects from industrial, technical, and everyday history of the last 150 years: cameras and projectors, typewriters and sewing machines, radios and television sets, mechanical music instruments, processors, computers, household machines, scientific equipment, as well as numerous industrial products manufactured in the GDR. In the 48-meter-tall Ernemann Tower, a café offers an inviting vista over Dresden.
Technische Sammlungen Dresden
Junghansstrasse 1 3
Director: Roland Schwarz
Opening hours / entrance fees
Tue Fri: 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
Sat + Sun: 10 a.m. 6 p.m.
Additional opening days
Mon 2/30 Oct 9am - 5pm
5 Euros / reduced 4 Euros
Children under 7 years free admission
Free admission with Dresden Pass
Free admission on Fridays from noon, except bank holidays
Tram lines 4 and 10
Bus line 61