FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
– Here are answers to frequently asked questions –
Dogs are a part of the family, therefore, they are welcome at Oskarshausen. The only reqirement is that the dog is well behaved and kept at a leash during your stay. Please refrain from walking your dog in the dining areas.
In Oskar’s Culinary Cafeteria you can find a variety of salads, fruits and vegetables (Wed-Sat).
Gluten-free pasta is prepared on request and gluten-free bread for breakfast / brunch are no problem either. Please let us know in advance.
In case of other allergy restrictions, bringing your own food is, of course, allowed. Please, just tell us in advance.
With its diverse offer, Oskarshausen is suitable for every generation – from 0 to 100 years. You can walk around the area, enjoy delicious coffee or discover the treasures of Oskar’s Market. Oskarshausen is worth visiting! Even if you travel without children.
Attractions are ideal for children from two to twelve years old. For the little ones, Oskar’s Playroom offers foam toys or a pool with balls. For older children, Oskar’s free fall jump from 6.20 meters and go-kart-racing are popular activities. Click here for more information about each attractions…
Parking is available free of charge – on Oskar’s parking deck and in the car park below along Burgker Straße. Please take care, as everywhere, not to leave valuables visible in the car.
- From the center of Dresden (main station): Bus 66/B Freital-Deuben to the stop Freital Windbergallee.
- Coming from Dresden West (stop Tharandter Str.): Bus A to Freital – Platz des Friedens, then by bus B/66 to stop Windberg-Allee directly in front of Oskarshausen.
- Coming from Chemnitz/Freiberg: by train to Freital/Deuben, then by bus B/66 to stop Windberg-Allee.