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Panometer Leipzig is a visual panorama exhibition located in the southern part of Leipzig city. Not only visual panorama, Panometer Leipzig also has thematic exhibition which currently using the theme of Titanic. Panometer Leipzig was made by the same artist whose painting is being the main exhibition in Panometer Dresden, Yadegar Asisi. Panometer Leipzig is located in a gasometer building which was built in 1909. The panoramic pictures has the height of 105 metres in circumference and 30 metres in height. The panoramic pictures are displayed in the form of individual script of textiles where paintings, photos, and drawings are combined.
A Tour in Panometer Leipzig
On April 1912, Titanic took its first journey across Atlantic to New York. The cruise was believe as an unsinkable cruise, but the fact doesn't seem to be in the side of Titanic. The cruise was sank by a huge iceberg on its way to New York. The tour in Colossal or Unsinkable? will take you to discover how this giant ship was developed before it takes the first journey. The 60-minute age-appropriate tour leadership is dedicated to the development of a masterpiece of engineering in a time of rapid technological progress. At the same time, the program tried to portray how the shattered wreck in the depths of the Atlantic also points to the finite nature of human being and action.
Wanted to figure out how Titanic was sank on its journey to New York? Then you are coming to the right place. The tour in True or False? will take you to discover the facts and also the hoax about Titanic in a fun way. Here, visitors will be given two cards which shown the picture of thumb up and thumb down. Then, the visitors will be shown some pictures, sentences, and conspiracy theories about Titanic. If the answer is right, then visitors need to lift the thumb up card and if the answer is wrong, then the visitors need to lift the thumb down card. All guests, large and small, can check facts about the 360 degree panorama exhibition Titanic and the panometer in an entertaining way for their truth content in this 60-minute family tour. The snoopers who expose false and correct statements will be rewarded with a small surprise at the end of the tour.
Ever imagine how it feels to ride on the biggest cruise which was supposedly unsinkable? You can get the real experience in this program. The 90 minutes tour in Wandering the Olympus of Progress will take you to discover how the grandiose engineering achievements of the luxury liner took over Titanic and shown the portrayal of the shattered wreck in the depths of the Atlantic points to the finite nature of human being and action, and also poses the human question of mastery of nature. In this program, you will also be able to have some taste on the foods and beverages which before was served in the Titanic. Feel the luxuriousness of Titanic by joining this program and discover why this giant ship was considered to be unsinkable.
How to Get Tickets?
If you are planning to have some tour in Panometer Leipzig, you can only buy the ticket directly from the ticket booth there. There are several types of ticket that you need to pay attention to. For the full price ticket, it will cost for EUR 11.50. For children from the age of 6 to 16, the ticket will cost for EUR 6.00. There are also some discounted ticket for high school students 17 to 20 years of age and full-time university students. The ticket will cost for 10.00. There is also a parent-child ticket for those of you who are planning to have the tour with your family. The ticket will charge you for EUR 29.00. For those of you who are planning om visiting Panometer Dresden with groups, you are allowed to book your tickets first by calling the telephone number in Panometer Dresden's official website. For the group ticket, there are also many choices. The full price of group ticket will cost EUR 9.00, EUR 5.00 for students, and EUR 4.00 for kindergarten students.
How To Get Around?
To have some tour it is best to go by foot because you will have an indoor tour and you will also get to move to another place in a fast pace.
What Should I Wear?
To have some tour around, there is no fixed dress code that you need to follow. Just wear something that are comfortable for you to move around. Also, wear a comfortable shoes so that you can walk around the complex in comfort.
Best Time to Visit
Panometer Leipzig is open every Monday to Friday from 10 am to 5 pm and every Satuday and Sunday from 10 am to 6pm. It is best to visit Panometer Dresden all year since the weather there never get too extreme in certain season. It is recommended to visit Dresden on peak season in between May to October. However, you need to also prepare more money as the prices are getting high there.
Will I Need a Guide?
No, everything is easy and you can find everything on this site.
How To Get There?
If you are planning to visit Panometer Leipzig, there are many choices of vehicle that will take you there. First, if you are planning to go to the Panometer Leipzig with bicycle, you can take the ride via Karl-Liebknecht-Straße. The ride will took around 15 minutes from the central part of Leipzig. If you want to go there by bus, you need to go from Leipzig Hauptbahnhof and take the S2 line and stop at Richard-Lehmann-Straße. Last, if you are planning to go there by car, you can take the ride via Wundtstraße and B2. Don't forget to prepare some money for the parking ticket.
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