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DRESDEN 1900 Museumsgastronomie GmbH
An der Frauenkirche 20
01067 Dresden

Tel.: +49-351-48-20-58-58 Buchung


Dresden 1900

You will be surprised at what you will find at our restaurant, the Dresden 1900.

Enjoy the charm and aura of Dresden around 1900 when stepping back in time to the era between Gründerzeit (founders' period) and Art Nouveau. Experience Saxon inventions, such as Radeberger Pilsner beer and the Dresdner Verkehrsbetriebe (municipal transport company), while our conductors are serving homemade Saxon delicacies.
The Dresden 1900 restaurant is accessed through the historic tavern (Schankhaus). Facet-cut lamps providing warm lighting and green Art Nouveau tiles create a warm, cozy atmosphere perfect for exploring the history of Dresden. 

History becomes alive at our restaurant.
Stroll along Wallstrasse street while passing 100-year-old tram benches and Dresden's inventions: for example, Melitta Bentz' coffee filters or the beer mat, which once conquered the world. Each of the façades of the town houses on Wallstrasse will provide a distinct view of the time around 1900.
Just stay in Wallstrasse for a while to enjoy the view of Postplatz square around 1900. There  you will find the next highlight: the beautifully restored Helene. Built in 1898, it is the oldest preserved electric railcar in Dresden. Would you like to dine in this magnificent rail vehicle with 120 years of transport history? Even during GDR times, the so-called Line No. 6 had been a famous cult bar for 30 years, run by Karl-Heinz Bellmann.
The Line No. 6 memorial corner features Bellmann's legendary cap collection and extracts from the tram's former celebrity board. Meet Karl-Heinz Bellmann, for example, on Wednesdays, during our sächs past sächs event.
From the Gambrinus lounge, you can then get a glimpse into our sunbathed marketplace kitchen where delicacies from hearty Saxon and contemporary German cuisine are prepared for our guests.

For celebrations and anniversaries. On the right side, you can see the Stadtwaldschlösschen (little city forest castle), one of the most famous restaurants at Postplatz square back then. The Stadtwaldschlösschen provides seats for up to 100 guests again today. You will love the many Art Nouveau details and original paintings and exhibits presenting the history of trams in Dresden and of Radeberger Brewery. It is the perfect setting for celebrating, among others; youth initiation ceremonies, golden wedding anniversaries or company parties. Our guests can choose between a set menu or buffet. For your entertainment, we will present a varied cultural program, which can be arranged according to your wishes.
For groups. For groups of 20 to 200 persons, there is a choice of different two to three course meals starting from € 20.50 per person.
A particular highlight awaits its guests behind the tram: Omas Güsche (grandma's kitchen).
Together with our chef, up to 30 guests can use a wooden spoon or wear an apron to conjure up hearty Saxon dishes just like from grandma's kitchen.

For kids. Right next to the kitchen, the Murmelbahn (marble run) activity area can be found – a perfect place for playful kids. Here, they can spend time building, playing together and making things. This way, the whole family can enjoy a wonderful and relaxed excursion, with the kids being amazed at the Dresden 1900.
We highly recommend our brunch as well. Children aged 7-12 eat for half price and children under 7 eat for free at the Dresden 1900.
All advantages at a glance:
  • family-friendly
  • child-friendly
  • fully accessible
  • offers for tourist parties, tour operators and bus trips


How to get to the Dresden 1900
The restaurant is located in the old town right next to the Frauenkirche (Church of our Lady) at Neumarkt square. Relax in our beer garden with a cold beer and a gorgeous view of the rebuilt buildings around you.
Getting to our restaurant by public transport
If you arrive by tram (routes No. 1, 2 or 4), get off at Altmarkt tram stop. You can also go by tram routes No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, or 12 or by bus route No. 62 or 68 to Pirnaischer Platz stop, from where you can walk or take another tram to Altmarkt.
Driving directions
Take highway A14/A4 and take the Altstadt exit. Follow the B6 federal highway in the direction of "Stadtmitte" (downtown). At the intersection with Weisseritzstrasse street, turn left, following Devrientstraße street. Then turn left at Am Bernhardt-von-Lindenau square, heading to Terrassenufer street. Follow Terrassenufer street and turn right at Hasenberg street. Then, turn right into Akademiestrasse street. At the intersection with Rampische Strasse street, you will find the Schiessgasse parking lot on your left. There is also an underground parking lot on Rampische Strasse street with the entrance at Neumarkt square.
Getting to the restaurant by paddle steamer (Saxon Paddle Steamer Fleet)
Get off at Terrassenufer mooring and walk on Münzgasse street in the direction of Frauenkirche. You will find the DRESDEN 1900 restaurant after turning to the left (around the church).

Opening hours:

 (Regular) opening hours  Mon – Sat, 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
 Sun, 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
 Menu  all day
 breakfast à la carte:
 Mon – Sun, 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
 Sunday brunch (Please visit our website for dates.)