Worth the price of admission for myself and my camera! My husband and I visited Dresden to learn more about the city where his father lived as a boy, before his family was forced to leave the country. This museum gave us such great insight into the city and it's history. It was designed so beautifully and thoughtfully and was really well rounded in information. We loved it! My only complaint was having to pay to use my camera inside the museum-I have never heard of such a thing, but evidently it is common in Europe-I guess it beats the alternative of not being able to photograph anything-it just seemed a bit odd. I was so excited to find a map showing a street where my father-in-law lived (which doesn't exist any longer) that I just wanted to take one photo of the map....so it cost me a couple of euros.....at least I know that it was going to a good cause..... to support such a fine museum- well worth the money! (BTW-I don't think that any of the traveler's photos associated with this listing are related to this museum?!)
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