360° Panorama Fascination

The Leipzig Panometer has been presenting the world’s largest 360° panoramas since 2003. Yadegar Asisi’s 32 m-high panoramas,  themed accompanying exhibitions and making-of films have impressed several million visitors since. A warm welcome!


Panometer Leipzig
Richard-Lehmann-Straße 114
04275 Leipzig

Visitors’ service

T +49 341 35 55 34 0
F +49 341 35 55 34 50

Telephone hours
Tue & Thu 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
1 p.m. - 3 p.m.

Opening hours

Opening hours
Daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

On Thursday, 18.4. Panometer Leipzig will close already at 4 p.m.


Tickets can be bought directly at the Ticket encounter.



By S-Bahn (suburban rapid transit)
Line S1 – S5: “MDR” stop
Walk approx. 15 minutes toward MDR

By tram
Line 9: “Arthur-Hoffmann-Str./Richard-Lehmann-Str.“ tram stop
Walk approx. 10 minutes toward MDR

Line 16: “Richard-Lehmann-Straße/Zwickauer Straße” tram stop
Walk approx. 10 minutes toward MDR

By bus
Line 70: “Altenburger Straße” bus stop
Walk approx. 5 minutes

By car and coach
Directions as indicated on the map. Free parking for visitors

Plan your journey to Leipzig and to the Panometer here.

Panometer Café

Enjoy a small selection of warm and cold snacks as well as extensive coffee choices at our Panometer Café. Regional specialities are on offer, such as Leipziger Lerche (pastry) as well as our home-made potato salad with a pair of Wiener Würstchen (sausages). During good weather, we also welcome you on our visitors’ terrace. Our staff looks forward to welcoming you.

Information for visitors

Barrier-free access
All exhibition and service areas are suitable for wheelchair users. Visitors will be able to view the panorama from ground level.

Leipzig Panometer provides visitors with an unguarded cloakroom for storing your coats free of charge.

Leipzig Panometer is a former gas storage tank, that is to say an uninsulated industrial monument. We recommend keeping your coats and jackets on during wintertime.

Please note that pets are not allowed in Panometer Leipzig due to the various exhibits and the Panorama.

From March, 16


With "THE CATHEDRAL OF MONET" Yadegar Asisi is showing his first completely painted panorama at the Panometer Leipzig. Originally painted on a 6 x 2 meter canvas in his Berlin studio, the artwork was then digitized in high resolution and printed to a size of 32 x 110 meters for the panorama museum. The colorful panorama artwork celebrates Impressionism and immerses visitors in the French city of Rouen at the end of the 19th century

More about the panorama


Tickets to our exhibition are available directly in the Panometer or in our online shop. Please allow for possible waiting times after the exhibition opening.

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