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Opening times from 04/19/23 to 07/09/23
10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m
12:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m
10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m
10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m
10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m
Attention: Last admission 1 hour before the end of the exhibition

The exhibition closes promptly at 6 p.m. or 8 p.m. respectively.
How to get there?

By car:

Marked parking spaces are located on the grounds of the Pittlerwerke - signage on site. In addition, parking is available along Polyphonstraße / former Stammerstraße.

Adress for navigation system: Travniker Straße 1, 04159 Leipzig

By public transport: 

From Leipzig main station:

S-Bahn: Line S3 (direction: Halle via Schkeuditz) from platform 2 to station: Leipzig-Wahren. The train takes 9 minutes to cover the 4 stations. 

From there, follow the curved Travniker Straße straight on towards the Pittlerwerke. Just follow the arrows to the entrance. The walk takes about 5-10 minutes.


Take tram line 11 to the stop "Pittlerstraße". 

From there, leave the petrol station on your left and simply follow Pittlerstraße. After about 300 metres turn right into Polyphonstraße/Stammerstraße and follow the arrows to the entrance. You walk for about 5 minutes. 

By bike:

There are bicycle parking spaces directly in front of the grounds.

Questions & answers about your visit

Admission to the exhibition is bound to the chosen time slot and is unlimited on the chosen exhibition day. You should allow at least 2 hours to visit the exhibition. NOTE: Some works only allow a certain number of people at the same time, so waiting times must be expected here. The exhibition closes promptly at 6 p.m. or 8 p.m. respectively.


In principle, the exhibition is accessible without barriers. As the exhibition venue is an old industrial building, the two levels of the exhibition are unfortunately not connected by a lift. Nevertheless, all parts of the exhibition are accessible to visitors without using the stairs. Information on the adapted route can be obtained at the ticket office and from all contact persons in the exhibition. Our team is always available to provide assistance.  Sanitary facilities for the disabled are located in the café in the inner courtyard of the exhibition. There are no facilities in the exhibition itself.For safety reasons, the artwork "Zee" by Kurt Hentschläger cannot be accessed by wheelchair users. Please contact our team if you have any questions.


The WUEST is the café for everyone who wants to take a break parallel to the DIMENSIONS exhibition. Here you can enjoy modern cuisine in an industrial ambience! The menu includes coffee and cakes, hearty snacks and changing dishes prepared from local and seasonal ingredients. The supporting programme for the exhibition will also take place at WUEST. Come along and discover our exciting and varied programme of talks, concerts, parties and other formats. We look forward to welcoming you to WUEST and wish you a pleasant stay!


Certain works in the exhibition can possibly trigger seizures in people with photosensitive epilepsy.


The Pittlerwerke is an old industrial plant. Therefore, the premises are not heated and it is correspondingly cool. Please plan to wear appropriate clothing.

Photography and filming

Photography and filming are permitted. Professional photography and filming as well as the use of tripods is only possible after prior consultation and permission. Please use the contact form in this case.

Lost property office

Lost property will be kept at the checkout. If you have lost something, please write to us using the contact form (LINK). We will get back to you as soon as possible.

Card payment

Tickets can be paid for at the box office in cash or cashless with EC card and major credit cards.Tickets can be purchased in advance on this page by credit card. Other methods of payment are possible via the site of

Children and strollers

There is no age restriction for the exhibition. Nevertheless, the exhibition is aimed more at an adult audience.
In principle, prams are allowed in the exhibition. Please note the information on accessibility and the light and sound effects.

Light and Sound Effects

For the most part, the artworks in the exhibition only function in a large contrast ratio between light and dark. Therefore, large areas of the exhibition are very dark. Likewise, many artworks only work in combination with loud sound effects. Please also note the information on epelepsy.


Do I have to print out my ticket? - No, you can simply bring it with you on your mobile phone.  Can I go directly to the entrance with a booked ticket or do I have to redeem it on site? - With a digital ticket you can go directly to the exhibition entrance.
Can I exchange or cancel my ticket? - Cancellations are not possible. For rebookings please contact us via the contact form.
I can no longer find my ticket, what can I do? - If you have booked your tickets digitally, you will receive them by email. Please also check the SPAM folder. Otherwise please use our contact form.
Where can I go if I have questions about the booking process? - Please contact us via the contact form.


Dogs and other pets are not allowed in the exhibition rooms. Assistance dogs are permitted with proof.


Handbags and small backpacks can be taken into the exhibition.

We look forward to your visit!

From April 19th to July 9th


Pittlerstraße 26
04159 Leipzig

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