What’s On In Dresden? (Photo: M. Hultsch)
Heja! We are back for you with some tips on what you can do at the moment. It still applies: Please stay healthy! Keep your distance to people, don’t stay to long in closed rooms with other people. Avoid physical contact. Wash your hands extremely often. Cough in the crook of your arm, etc., etc.
Since the situation with the coronavirus is not yet completely gone, not all the entertainment possibilities are available. We have found though some for you! Check these out.
Tips for streamings
Fortunately there is the internet, where we can now visit many events online. No queues, no unfriendly people!
The Berliner Philharmonie now also offers streaming services. Even completely free of charge! It’s worth a visit.
And another good option for culture: the Louvre has digital tours on their websites. Very exciting.
Another super streaming portal is the arte united we stream. There you will find various offers, from Dancehall, to Hip Hop, electronic music, to various discussion talks. It is worthwhile to visit it in any case. You can simply read through the program, maybe you will find something good for you!
Tips for outside
If you prefer to do something outdoors, various cultural offers are also open again, for example the park railway in the Great Garden! Wednesday to Friday, every 35 minutes between 1 pm and 6 pm. In sunny days it is really a nice opportunity to get to know Dresden’s green corners better!
Do you wanna visit an exhibition? Then go to the German Hygiene Museum. There is the exhibition about Future Food. The exhibition “Food for the World of Tomorrow” confronts you with one of the greatest challenges of our time. In three chapters you follow the path of our food from the stable or field to the table. It deals with topics such as global distributive justice, vegetarian food or the power of the big food companies. And of course it is about food as an experience full of enjoyment, which creates identity and community.
The observatory in Radebeul is currently open. There are hygienic measures and not too many people are allowed to participate in one event at the same time, so a reservation is recommended. There are different events inside the hall, they are held in German. But there is also a sky observation on the terrace, where you can watch the stars. Already, the observatory is very high up on a mountain, so the view is really fantastic.
Otherwise, the zoo is open again, and luckily you can avoid other people there very well. By the way: There is a new Humboldt penguin! Go and have a look. It’s worth it.