Church of St. Severus
The Church of St Severus, a five-naved early Gothic hall church, was a collegiate church for the regular canons of St Augustine during the 12th century. Today, along with the cathedral, it is Erfurts most famous landmark.
- May to October
Mon - Sat 9.30 am - 6 pm
Sun 1 pm - 6 pm
- November to April
Mon - Sat 9.30 am - 5 pm
Sun 1 pm - 5 pm
(Except during services and events.)
- Tram no. 3, 4 or 6 to Domplatz
- By car: Domplatz multi-storey car park
Sightseeing for free
Guided tour of Church of St. Severi:
Groups: € 2.00 per person
Guided Tour of Cathedral and Church of St. Severi:
Groups up to 12 persons:€ 6.50 per person
Groups up to 29 persons: € 5.00 per person
Groups of 30 persons and more: € 4.50 per person
You may also find the following of interest:
The late Gothic cathedral with its high-Gothic choir and Romanesque tower replaced the church built on this site for Bishop Boniface in 742.
The Old Synagogue is one of a tiny group of medieval synagogues that have remained undamaged and is the oldest fully intact synagogue in Europe.