Visitor information

Are you interested in visiting the Saxon State Parliament?

You can do so as an individual without a prior invitation. However, please take note of our opening hours and the session schedule, if you would like to attend a plenary session.

We request that large groups of visitors in particular book in advance to ensure that you will have enough space on the viewing stand, and we can organise an attendant to look after your group. Please call and arrange a date for your visit, so that we can coordinate the visitor program with you.

The state parliament is also open to visitors on days when the parliament is not in session. The composition, duties and functions of the state parliament will be explained during a one-hour tour. If requested, and if they are available to do so, delegates will be available to meet with the visitors on these days. We will be happy to organise a tour in your language.

If you want to look around before your visit to the State Parliament, take our virtual tour.

Sächsischer Landtag
Bernhard-von-Lindenau-Platz 1
01067 Dresden

Sächsischer Landtag
Ms. Kemper


Telephone: 0351 493-5131
Sächsischer Landtag
Ms. Hülzenbecher


Telephone: 0351 493-5132

Visitors to plenary sessions and the citizens' foyers should use the public entrance to the new building directly on the banks of the Elbe river. Visitors of the parliamentary parties and the administration of the state parliament should use the entrance to the old building on Bernhard-von-Lindenau-Platz.

The buildings of the Saxon State Parliament are located directly on the banks of the Elbe river at the edge of the historic centre of Dresden's old city between the Marienbruecke and Augustusbruecke bridges. The Semper Opera House and Zwinger Palace border the grounds of the State Parliament to the east, while the Maritim Hotel and ICC Congress centre border the grounds to the west.