Schiller Pavillion and its collection

Schiller Pavillion

The Schillerhäuschen (Schiller Pavillion) is a literary museum in Dresden that is dedicated to the important German poet, philosopher, physician, historian, and playwright Friedrich Schiller. The museum is housed in a small building in which Schiller is said to have lived. The Schillerhäuschen (Schiller Pavillion) is by far the smallest museum in Dresden. Works by Schiller are documented in various documents and pictures, including manuscripts, excerpts from the Dresden Schiller seals and reproductions of paintings. Furthermore, it includes information on the circle of artists around Schiller and the art patron Christian Gottfried Körner.

Schiller Pavillion
Schillerstraße 19
01326 Dresden

Visitor information Schiller Pavillion

Opening hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday Closed
10:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 17:00

Open from Easter to September:
For museum night on 6.7.2019 the museum is closed during the day. The cashier opens at 5pm.

In special cases, special guided tours with appointment one month in advance possible.




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Schillerstraße 19, Dresden

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