From the factory to the tour itself, the VW factory in Dresden is incredible. The tour guide our group had was very knowledgeable and had a clear passion for his workplace and the company, which made the tour even better. The actual factory is a...More
I enjoyed the tour, the factory itself is amazing (wood floors, etc). I would have preferred more time in the factory itself, not talking about the rage of their new (and prototype) cars.
I got to do the tour in May of 2017 with my class. Prior to visiting the transparent factory, we got to tour to BMW factory as well. It was such an amazing experience to be able to see the differences between the two companies....More
I just needed a rest, so I came in and had a coffee at the stand. It was good. You can do tours in various languages or just look at some futuristic electric cars. I liked seeing the original 1960s VW microbus and a contemporary...More
Important is that you call to make a Reservation. Family ticket cost 15 Euro. The tour is around 75 minutes. They have some tours in English, Chinese... so just call them first. And avoid the midday tours when you really want to see how the...More
We were a party of 5 including a small 3 year old. He got bored real fast and annoyed everybody so one of us stepped outside the tour with him. The tour itself was interesting but our tour guide was a bit boring and while...More
Group tours offer the chance to see the assembly process for the VW e-golf. It is slick, spotlessly clean and exactly what you would anticipate from a modern day German factory. An equally impressive restaurant, a look into future VW electric vehicles and a VR...More
Our experience at the Gläserne Manufaktur was perfect! The tour was interesting, the tour guide was friendly and knew a lot about the factory. In fact, all the people there were really helpful and open. Lastly, we got a chance to have a lift in...More
Travelling on the tram back into Dresden and suddenly came upon this transparent factory. Most unusual - but quite stunning.
Awesome place to visit... came with a large group of teenagers and adults... amazing to learn their first electric car was in 1976 !!! Love the innovation and creativity they share.