A pleasant place to stroll with beautiful buildings. I especially liked the clock with bells made of Meissen porcelain.
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We were more impressed and interested in the grounds and layout of the gardens than anything inside the buildings.
All shapes, sizes colors, with an EMPHASIS ON VERY LARGE PIECES OF PORCELAIN that will make your jaw drop! My, oh my, the intricate details and beautiful colors!
Beuatiful baroque architecture where you can find several museums : porcelain collection, a collection measuring instruments for time and distance that where used in the 17th century... Not very interactive, mostly static. So not very interesting for kids...
It was one beautiful day with beautiful wetter and together with my lovely family. What could I wont more? Zwinger is a palace built in Baroque style with orangery and exhibition gallery. I can recomded this place also as a place to relax after walk...More
It is not Versailles. It is not The winter Palace. It is still amazing for such an massive buildings and grounds to be developed in the middle of Saxony. The grounds are a joy to explore. Take your time and look at all the architectural...More
Excellent museum consisting of 3 main exhibitions in fabulous old buildings. You could easily spend all day here, with little rests in the tasteful cafe and gardens.We concentrated on the Old Masters Gallery, then the Porcelain museum which house collections from 7th Century China and...More
The Zwinger is on of the most significant building of the late Baroque period, the Zwinger is a composite work of art combining architecture, sculpture and painting. Designed and built between 1710 and 1728, today the building houses the Old Masters Picture Gallery, the Royal...More