The Berlin Cathedral, in the centre of the capital, is the largest Protestant church in Germany. The church was built around 1900 under Wilhelm II. The architect of the Berlin Cathedral was Julius Raschdorffs. The church Berliner Dom consists mainly of sandstone and was heavily damaged in World War II.
The Berlin Cathedral was rebuilt in the GDR after the war. However, the original height was significantly reduced. One of the church organs in Berlin Cathedral is one of the largest organs in Germany. The Sauer organ from 2005 in the Berliner Dom has 7269 pipes and 113 registers.
Directions: The Berlin Cathedral is located on the Museum Island of Berlin in Berlin Mitte. The famous museums are in the immediate vicinity. The Nikolaiviertel, the Hackesche Höfe, the boulevard Unter den Linden, the Alexanderplatz and the Berliner Fernsehturm can be reached on foot in a few minutes from Berlin Cathedral.
Opening hours Berliner Dom 2020: The church is open in summer from 9 to 20 o’clock, in winter from 9 to 19 o’clock. On Sundays and public holidays, the Berlin Cathedral is only open to the public from 12 noon because of the church services.
Admission prices for the Berlin Cathedral 2020: It is one of the few churches in Germany that costs admission. Adults pay 7 Euro, reduced admission costs 5 Euro. Admission for children under the age of 18 is free. Organ concerts in Berlin Cathedral are a special experience.