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Make sure you pay the extra to visit the Green Vault as the various rooms shows different sorts of handmade treasures from porcelein to jewelry to ivory and wooden carvings.The rooms also try and replicate how the treasures were displayed.
This is the part of the royal palace museum where the famous green diamond is displayed. The vault also displays many other precious jewels, jewelry items and other precious art objects and is divided into the old and the new vaults.
The collection is amazing...More
Absolutely worth a visit. The Museum houses an amazing exhibition of decadent, opulence, unbelievable excess and it is magnificent! I was limited in my available time so an extensive visit was not to be, however I did thoroughly enjoy my time there. The workmanship on...More
This section of the museum is really worth the time to walk through and enjoy room by room... each exquisite in its elaborate detail and amazing restoration... the pieces of art and beautiful items that were displayed were of the finest materials so well preserved......More
In 1991--shortly after reunification-- we visited Dresden and the ONLY Green Vault, which was in the Zwinger at the time. In November, 2018, we visited both the "Historic" and the "Neues" Green Vaults.
The Neues Green Vault is far, far better than the Historic Green...More
Apparently there are 2, and I visited the old one. The displays and the reconstruction are both interesting. The ivory and gems rooms were probably the most interesting, but the whole place was worthwhile, and the audio guide is informative
The green vault is located in the Dresden castle which contains many treasures collected over the centuries. The building was completely destroyed during the WWll but was rebuilt to its former glory. The collections are amazing especially including the impressive diamond collection. Well worth a...More