Exhibition:

Derzeit keine Sonderausstellung.
Zum Past exhibitions.

Guided tours:

21.01.2022 / 14:00 Uhr
»Dom-Museum«

Meeting point in the cathedral in front of the entrance to the Dom-Museum, registration via BTZ required: info@Bremen-tourism.de or 0421-3080010

Group and school tours by appointment only.

Pricing: 6€/5€/3€
21.01.2022 / 12:30 Uhr
»Bleikeller- und Domführung«

Meeting point in the cathedral in front of the entrance to the Dom-Museum, registration via BTZ required: info@Bremen-tourism.de or 0421-3080010

Group and school tours by appointment only.

Pricing: 8€/7€/5€
Guided tours

Museum guide:

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Opening hours:

Monday - Friday

10:00 – 16:45

Saturday

10:00 – 13:30

Sunday

14:00 – 16:45

Admission fees:

Admission to the Dom-Museum is free for all visitors.
We would be very happy about a donation or membership.

Virtual visit:

We are pleased to be able to offer you a museum visit online.

To enjoy the audio explanations, please click on the audio icons. Virtual visit in English.

Video:

A visit to the exhibition
with children
Ein Ausstellungsbesuch<br />mit Kindern
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GETTING HERE:

Entrance

The entrance to the museum through St. Peter's Cathedral at the end of the southern (right) nave.

By car

By car you can easily park in the Parking garage "Am Dom". From there it is only a 3-minute walk.

By tram

Take tram 3 or 2 to the Domsheide stop.
From there it is about a 4-minute walk.

Museum of Christian art and the history of the church of Bremen

The Dom-Museum (Cathedral Museum) in the Lutheran St. Peter's Cathedral was founded in 1987 to house finds from the medieval bishop's tombs, which were discovered in the 1970s during an archaeological excavation in the nave of the cathedral.

In addition to these grave goods and textiles from the 11th to the 15th century, the Dom-Museum displays ecclesiastical art objects (altar furnishings, paintings, sculpture, historic wall paintings), as an ecumenical museum also loans from the Bremen Catholic Church and offers an overview of the history of the Cathedral and the Archdiocese of Bremen. The Dom-Museum is run and looked after by the association Stiftung Bremer Dom e.V. on behalf of the owner (St. Peter's Cathedral Parish).

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