Berlin Cathedral – Berliner Dom

Berlin Cathedral Berliner Dom

Berlin Cathedral Berliner Dom - Photo: CC-BY-SA 4.0 by Berlin-Picture - own work

The Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom / Oberpfarr- und Domkirche zu Berlin) is probably one of the most impressive buildings in Berlin Mitte – and also one of the major tourist attractions . Located right next to the Lustgarten it was built between 1894 and 1905 following the architectural plans of Julius Raschdorff.

Admission fee / Tickets for visiting the Berlin Cathedral – Berliner Dom

Maintaining the Berlin Cathedral is not really easy. First of all it’s obviously quite expensive. On the cathedral’s website you can read that the running costs are as high as 10.000 per day.

So it is not really surprising that there is an admission fee – and it’s not really the cheapest. A regular tickets costs 7 Euro – but it entitles you to take up to three children (younger than 18 years old) with you. Reduced tickets are available for a fee of 5 Euro.

Opening Hours

Monday through Saturday  from 09.00 am through 8.00 pm
Sundays and Holidays from 12 noon through 8.00 pm

From October 1st through March 31st the cathedral is already closing at 7 pm
During church services or events the church is not open for ‘sightseeing’.

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