Please note the limited opening hours in the Residenzschloss: Renaissance Wing with studiolo: Friday to Sunday 10 am to 5 pm. Parade Rooms, Giant Hall and Turkish Chamber are open daily (except Tuesdays) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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The Armory Chamber is currently presenting part of its collection in five exhibition areas at the Residenzschloss in Dresden as well as in special exhibitions at other locations. In the coming years further permanent exhibitions will follow in the course of the restoration of the Residenzschloss.

The new exhibition site at the Royal Palace Dresden

The Royal State Apartments of August the Strong and the Porcelain Cabinet at the Residenzschloss Dresden

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Audienzgemach der Paraderäume
© SKD, Foto: HC KRASS
Permanent exhibition of the Armoury

The Rise of Electoral Power in Saxony

The world’s largest collection of ceremonial weapons and costumes from the Reformation and early Baroque periods

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Dauerausstellung Auf dem Weg zur Kurfürstenmacht
© SKD
Permanent exhibition of the Armoury

Concept and Encounter: The World around 1600

Works originating from the late Renaissance from Dresden’s Kunstkammer form the focal point of this exhibition on the first floor of the Georgenbau.

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Objekte der Rüstkammer
© SKD
Permanent exhibition of the Armoury

The Electoral Wardrobe

Original costumes illustrate the luxurious princely fashions of the Renaissance and early Baroque

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Kurfürstliches Gewand
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Permanent exhibition of the Armoury

The new Hall of the Giants

Presentation in the Residenzschloss of tournament and ceremonial weapons and accoutrements from the Rüstkammer collections

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kunstvoll verzierter Harnisch
© SKD
Permanent exhibition of the Armoury

Turkish Chamber

One of the oldest and most important collections of Ottoman art anywhere in the world outside Turkey

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kunstvoll verzierte Schwertgriffe
© SKD
Exhibition in Torgau, Schloss Hartenfels

Torgau. Home of the Renaissance and Reformation

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Armbrust, Caspar Schultheys, Leipzig 1586
© SKD, Foto: Jürgen Karpinski

further exhibitions

Further Exhibitions

Grünes Gewölbe

im Residenzschloss

Münzkabinett

im Residenzschloss

Münzen, Medaillen und Orden

Kupferstich-Kabinett

im Residenzschloss

Portrait eines Mannes mit Hut und Vollbart
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