Dom St Petri
Located inside Dom St Petri but accessed via a separate entrance south of the main door, the Lead Cellar was formerly the cathedral’s...
Bremen’s Unesco World Heritage–protected Markt is striking, especially for its ornate, gabled and sculpture-festooned Rathaus (town...
Dating to 1400, Bremen's landmark Rathaus (city hall) was a work in progress for centuries as succeeding generations each tried to leave...
Bremen’s concert hall stages classical concerts, opera and a large variety of special events, many by visiting performers, in a venue...
Ratskellers were traditionally built underneath the Rathaus in every German town to keep the citizens and civil servants fed. Bremen's...
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Dom St Petri information
Bremen’s Protestant main church has origins in the 8th century and got its ribbed vaulting, chapels and two high towers in the 13th century. Aside from the imposing architecture, the intricately carved pulpit and the baptismal font in the western crypt deserve a closer look. For panoramic views, climb the 265 steps to the top of the south tower (April to October). The Dom-museum displays religious artefacts and treasures found here in a 1970s archaeological dig.