The Ice World Dresden Exhibition is located in Building 12 (Halle 12) at the Zeitenströmung complex at Königsbrücker Straße 96.

Logo von der Eiswelt Dresden

The Ice World in Dresden

Dresden, as the state capital and the second largest city in the Free State of Saxony, is known worldwide for innovations and cutting-edge technology. As one of the most economically dynamic regions in Germany, it is considered an important traffic hub and major economic center. Every year, large numbers of tourists visit Dresden to discover the city’s beautiful winding streets and alleys. The Dresden Striezelmarkt, Germany’s oldest and most famous Christmas market, is a major attraction in winter. The “Altstadt,” the old city center, houses important historical buildings characterized by their different architectural eras. Also known as the “Florence on the River Elbe,” Dresden offers visitors the opportunity to experience the magnificent Semperoper Operahouse, the Frauenkirche Church and the Residenzschloss Castle.

Rundgang durch die Eiswelt Dresden mit Schneeskulpturen in der Zeitenströmung

Overview of Ice and Snow Sculptures:

1 Frau Holle
2 The Christmas Market
… 2 A Our Christmas Tree
… 2 B The Christmas Story
… 2 C The Dresden Stollen
… 2 D Christmas Carousel
3 The Grinch
4 The Nutcracker and Mouse King
5 Scrooge – A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
6 Cinderella and Moritzburg Castle
7 The Blue Wonder Bridge
8 Eskimos
9 The Dresden Frauenkirche
10 Procession of Princes
11 Winter Sports
… 11 Bobsleigh
… 11 Cross-country Skiing
… 11 Snowboarding
… 11 Figure Skating
… 11 Ice Hockey
12 Erich Kästners – Three Men in the Snow
13 Frozen
14 Iceman from X-Men
15 Ice Carvers

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Please note: We invite guests to purchase tickets for Ice World Dresden online at the following link: Tourismus – Dresden Information 

Flexible tickets can also be purchased at the exhibition. These tickets are valid for any day within the normal opening times. A purchase of twenty tickets or more includes delivery by post.

Please note: Photography is permitted, including with a tripod. Remember to pack an extra battery, as batteries run down faster than usual at the lower temperatures inside the exhibition.


Our exhibition is wheelchair accessible.


Dogs on leashes are allowed in the exhibition.