The Treasury of the Cathedral of Würzburg (Domschatz)

In this museum of the Diocese of Würzburg you can admire burial objects, gold jewelry and liturgical vestments from the 11th to the 20th centuries.

Foto: Domschatz, Kelche
Foto: Domschatz, Kelche (c) Diözese Würzburg

Directly within the Cathedral of St. Kilian 1000 years of history of the cathedral will come alive in the Cathedral Treasury: beginning with the shrine, the cathedral’s inventory of relics, via the cathedral liturgy to the bishops and the cathedral chapter, various aspects of the cathedral are on display and explained. The two door-puller lions dating from around 1040 and the golden Greiffenklau monstrance from 1710 are particularly outstanding.

Opening Hours:
Mon - Sat 10 am - 5 pm
Sun 1 - 5 pm
Admission: free

Guided tours for groups (up to 20 people):
upon arrangement
Fee: 50 Euros per group
Duration: approx. 1 hour

Information:
Domschatz (Cathedral Treasury)
Kiliansdom
D - 97070 Würzburg
Phone: +49(0)931/38662900
E-Mail: museen@bistum-wuerzburg.de
www.museen.bistum-wuerzburg.deexterner Link

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