Class trip: TIMERIDE
Go on a journey through time in Dresden
Experience an exciting history lesson and an extraordinary school trip at TIMERIDEDresden. In the Taschenbergpalais you will be welcomed by the former residents Friedrich August II and Maria Josepha of Austria. From this domicile on the former Taschenberg, you can use VR glasses to set off on four different fascinating journeys in time.
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Luxury wedding in the Senseum or time travel experience to go
Reality meets Virtual is the motto at the Senseum. Here your class can expect fairground delights, a jolting ride in a pompous carriage and the party of the 18th century par excellence.
Unusual fun on a city tour is guaranteed TIMERIDE GO!!!
On this tour, every student and teacher has VR glasses in their luggage. With them you take a look at facades that have long disappeared.
Dive into history - TimeRide Reels
With our virtual class trips TIMERIDE GO! Deutschland-Zeitreise and DDR-Zeitreise you stay on the spot. Instead of traveling through space, you travel through time with the help of VR technology. You are present at formative political events or political upheavals.
You will probably experience the most impressive milestones in Dresden, Cologne and Berlin in 1945 and in 1989.
Register school class
Make your history lessons unforgettable! Use our exclusive school quizzes to test your students’ knowledge after a fascinating time travel tour. With just one click on the button you can download the quiz and integrate the unique experiences of TIMERIDEinto your lessons. Each journey through time immerses pupils and teachers alike in history – an innovative way of learning about the city of Dresden.
Are we supposed to provide answers?
Request the solution sheets by email at and make your history lessons interactive and entertaining.