Opening hours:

Monday - Friday: 10:00 – 16:45

Saturday: 10:00 – 13:30

Sunday: 14:00 – 16:45

Closing times:
Good Friday, 1.5., 3.10., 24.12. / 25.12., 31.12. as well as at church official acts



By Tram

Domsheide stop.


Parking garage "Am Dom".

Postal address

Sandstraße 10-12, D-28195 Bremen


Through the main portal of St. Peter's Cathedral at the end of the "right" nave.

Access for wheelchair users

As the Dom-Museum is located in listed premises, it is unfortunately only partially accessible without barriers. Barrier-free access is possible to exhibition rooms 5-8, i.e. also to the area for special exhibitions (How to get there). However, an appointment is definitely required for admission (3347142 or

To enable visitors who cannot climb stairs to take a virtual tour of the entire museum, a picture book is available for audio tour (complete reading sample). The audio guide is free of charge for the severely disabled. Of course, they can also take the virtual tour spontaneously.

Museum guide:

Download now free of charge: The museum guide for your smartphone or as a text version for printing (PDF) - available in various languages.

Choose your language

Guided tours:

General information

More than 30,000 visitors - at peak times even 50,000 - come to the Dom-Museum every year. A rich treasure of medieval finds from the tombs of Bremen's archbishops awaits them here. These are silver and gold utensils as well as valuable silk textiles that have lain in the bishops' tombs for up to 900 years and still retain their beauty and lustre today. Textile researchers described these remains of silk bishop's vestments as sensational when they were found in the 1970s. In addition, the recently uncovered medieval wall paintings, the historic altar furnishings of the cathedral and the valuable paintings, above all a life-size "Man of Sorrows" by Lucas Cranach the Elder, are shown and explained.

Group tours

Group tours of the cathedral and museum can be arranged by calling 0421 - 33 47 142 or by email (

School classes are also welcome at any time. Please contact us to arrange an appointment.

Audio guide

In the Dom-Museum, visitors have the opportunity to receive detailed explanations of all important museum exhibits by means of an audio guide. All you have to do is type in a number and you will hear explanations of a total of 22 museum objects via earphones. The whole thing is still only available in German and English, but there are no limits to the possibilities for expansion with explanations in other languages or even with films.

Visit the Dom-Museum once again and let the audio guide lead you individually.

Guided tours by audio guide:
1 € per device

Tickets for guided tours

Adults: 7 €/person   // Book

Reduced rate: 6 €/person   // Book

Group tours: 

60min guided tours: Up to 10 people 60 €, each additional person + 3 €

School tours: 40 € per school class

We are happy to fulfil special thematic requests, please contact us!

Tourist highlights

Bible Garden - On the south side of the cathedral is the Bible Garden, where you can view plants of the Bible and monastic medicine. Like an oasis, the Bible Garden offers peace and quiet in the midst of the metropolitan hustle and bustle.

In the summer months from April to October, the cathedral also offers you two special sights:

Tower ascent - the south tower can be climbed via 265 steps. Not only does this offer a wonderful view over the old town, you also have the opportunity to see one of the cathedral bells up close.

Bleikeller (Lead cellar) - In the 18th century, to great astonishment, human corpses were discovered in a crypt of the cathedral, mummified by desiccation. The so-called lead cellar mummies are fascinating to this day and make us aware of the finiteness of all earthly life.

Books &

Books, postcards and items from our Dom-Museum to take away collection are available at the Dom-Museum and the Cathedral Shop.

for kids

Whether it's a children's corner , children's tour with Playmobil® figures or quiz rally, the Dom-Museum has various offers ready for young visitors. Of course, we also offer guided tours for children and school classes.


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