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Domschatzkammer exterior view twilight

Key facts at a glance



Plan a visit

The Aachen Domschatzkammer houses one of the largest church treasures north of the Alps.

To this day, the treasury of Aachen Cathedral guards shrines and works of art that are among the largest and most sublime in Western Christianity. Above all, Marienkirche owes its function as a coronation church to an impressive collection of valuable works of art, which attract around 100,000 visitors to the treasury every year. The collection includes numerous sacred gold and silversmith's works such as chalices, reliquaries and altarpieces. On around 600 m², late antique objects and those from the Carolingian, Ottonian, Staufer and Gothic periods bear witness to the liturgical practice and conception of power of the respective period.



General information

10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday:
10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m

Bad weather offer
for groups
for children (all ages)
Suitable for strollers

Reduced price for: Pupils and trainees aged 18 and over, students up to and including 27 years of age, unemployed people and recipients of social assistance and severely disabled people with a severely disabled person's ID card with the letters "B" and "H". Corresponding ID must be presented.

Price adult: €7.00
Price child: €3.00
Price reduced: €4.00
Family ticket I (1 adult with up to 4 children up to and including 17 years): €7.00
Family ticket II (2 adults with up to 4 children including 17 years): €14.00
Groups of 10 people or more. (adult): €4.00
Groups of 10 people or more. (Children and young people up to and including 17 years): €3.00

The Domschatzkammer is located in the old town, which is also a pedestrian zone. There are therefore no parking spaces here.

Toilet facility

Arrival & contact

Johannes-Paul-II.-Straße 2, 52062 Aachen