Three Hazelnuts for Cinderella
Cinderella is returning to Moritzburg Castle! From November 19, 2022 to February 26, 2023 Moritzburg Castle near Dresden will once again be transformed into the magical setting of the beloved fairy-tale classic. Calling all fairy tale fans: Come and discover lots of secrets and find out more about Cinderella and the film shoot, original costumes, fan items, props and much more. Follow in the footsteps of Cinderella and the handsome prince on the original film set. Children aren’t the only ones who will be amazed by the exhibition!
The winter exhibition inspired by the cult film
As winter falls, Cinderella lights up Moritzburg Castle. In the German-Czech film adaptation from 1973, she continues to touch audiences to this day with her confident and witty ways. The winter exhibition at the original film location in Moritzburg will reveal background stories about the film and the history of the fairy tale. The information boards are in german and czech language.
The magic of the film is conveyed through lovingly reproduced film scenes, original costumes and multi-media productions. One of the most exciting props on display will be the original saddle on which Cinderella rode to her prince in the film. You will also be able to see the royal gala carriage in which the king and queen traveled through Moritzburg’s winter landscape.
Frequently asked questions about the exhibition (FAQ)
Can I also visit the baroque exhibition?
Please note that during the winter season solely the winter exhibiton "Three Hazelnuts for Cinderella" takes place. The baroque exhibtion and the feather room can be visited again from March 18, 2023.
When can I visit the exhibition?
The winter exhibition will be open from November, 19 2022.
For more information and details, please refer to our opening hours.
What is the admission price for the exhibition?
The full rate is EUR 10.00, the reduced rate is EUR 8.00, and the price for children and school groups is EUR 2.00 per person.
For more information and details on discounts, please refer to our admission prices.
Where can I get tickets for the exhibition?
All tickets for the »Three Hazelnuts for Cinderella« winter exhibition are allocated to certain time slots. You can purchase tickets from our online shop or at the ticket office on site (subject to availability).
- The easiest way to buy your tickets is in our online shop – book a freely selectable time slot and skip the queue at the castle!
- We recommend booking a ticket for a weekday or in the afternoon – it is generally quieter at those times.
What are the benefits of the schloesserlandCARD?
The schloesserlandCARD gives you free admission to the exhibition (incl. 2 children aged 0-16).
Please note: Before your visit, please go to our online shop and book a free ticket in a time slot of your choice to avoid long queues. If you are going to be accompanied by children under the age of 16, they will also need a free ticket.
What does »time-slot ticket« mean?
You will only be able to enter the exhibition in your chosen time slot.
Example: If your ticket is for the 1:00 pm time slot, you will be able to enter the exhibition from 1:00 pm (or 1:15 pm at the latest).
How long does the visit of the exhibition last?
You should plan around 1 hour for your visit.
Can I take photos in the exhibition?
Yes. You are more than welcome to take photos in all exhibition rooms – but only for private purposes.
There are two photography stations that offer particularly good photo opportunities.
Can I try on costumes this year?
Luckily, this year it is possible again to try on the Cinderella costumes.
Can I visit the exhibition in a wheelchair?
Yes. The exhibition will also be accessible to wheelchair users. Please inform the staff at the ticket office.
Can I take a stroller into the exhibition?
Unfortunately, you will not be able to visit the exhibition with a stroller. However, you can keep your stroller in our »baby carriage parking lot« during your visit.
Can I take my dog with me?
No. Dogs are not allowed in the exhibition. This also applies to small dogs carried around in bags.