Dom St. Peter

Cathedral in Worms

Updated: March 08, 2024 08:14 PM

Dom St. Peter is located in Worms (City in Germany), Germany. It's address is Domplatz, 67547 Worms, Germany.

Domplatz, 67547 Worms, Germany

J9J5+2X Worms, Germany

+49 6241 6115

Check Time Table for Dom St. Peter

Monday9 AM to 5:45 PM
Tuesday9 AM to 5:45 PM
Wednesday9 AM to 5:45 PM
Thursday9 AM to 5:45 PM
Friday9 AM to 5:45 PM
Saturday9 AM to 5:30 PM
Sunday12:45 to 4:45 PM

Questions & Answers

Where is Dom St. Peter?

Dom St. Peter is located at: Domplatz, 67547 Worms, Germany.

What is the phone number of Dom St. Peter?

You can try to calling this number: +49 6241 6115

What are the coordinates of Dom St. Peter?

Coordinates: 49.6300271, 8.3599593

Dom St. Peter Reviews

Marie Elena Cortes
2023-09-18 22:52:38 GMT

Lots of history and loved the chapel with colorful stain glass! I was impressed with the thumbs for public view in the bottom floor!

Hailey Smart
2022-07-30 13:04:47 GMT

I was so excited to explore and just be I. The same city as this church. The architecture and history here is just stunning. Every area is very detailed and since being built around 1120 it has been maintained and kept in impeccable shape. I would suggest seeing this church. And don’t forget to check out the street filled with monuments and statues of some of the most important figures of the cathedrals/cities history.

Michael C
2022-09-16 14:43:51 GMT

Dom St. Peter is the number 1 tourist attraction of Worms. Though you can find many similar cathedrals across Germany or Europe and neither is it the grandest one, I like it due to its few special features.
First, it is the shape of the high towers. They are cylindrical rather than the commonly seen rectangular. The stained glasses, not the ones showing religious stories or holy figures but the plain ones, are lovely. Together with some of the stone and wood cravings displayed inside, it made my visit pleasant and tranquillizing though I am not a religious person.

Rooftop Escape campers
2020-01-02 20:25:19 GMT

I was lucky enough to visit this incredible place today has such an interesting history .
The building is built to staggering detail and and the inside is no exception.
This building and surrounding grounds are well worth having a walk through .

2022-10-02 06:40:26 GMT

Worms is one of Germany’s oldest city besides Trier and the Dom St Peter, consecrated June 9, 1018 which it’s foundation erected by Bishop Burchard +1025, the high altar on the east side was created by Balthasar Neumann who brought the sculptor Johan Wolfgang von der Auvera between 1738-1742 after the great city fire in Worms 1689. The two figures larger than life size figures of St Peter complete with the rooster saying “you will betray me three times before I crowed” and St Paul on the other side , this altar at a glance has a breath of Barrock influence. Also the Gothic signs are every where to find such as the apse combing a woman hair, the roosters etc. Btw Worms also known for the place where in 1521 Martin Luther refused the catholic believe. On top of it all Worms also has been a city of winemaking since the Romans brought wine here.

Tyo Mad
2019-09-07 15:28:21 GMT

What an incredible experience. Tge richness of history, if you take a little time to uncover it, will impress. To be in a place and let yourself go back in time to imagine the sites and sounds, is such an adventure. The Dom St. Peter is one of those places that makes it easy to do just that. Walking the grounds and through the buildings lets you travel back in time over some of history's greatest events ranging from the early days of the Reformation to the tragedies of World War II.

David Webb
2020-02-28 14:44:29 GMT

Beautiful church and surrounding area. Architecture is wonderful with renovations taking place on the exterior to restore the brickwork. Free entrance and easy to find. Paid parking locations near the entrance. Worth a visit if in Worms

Eleanor Louray
2018-06-05 16:35:27 GMT

If you are in Germany Dom ST. Peter is definitely worth visiting. I loved every minute I spend there. This is such a serene place.

Marcio March
2018-10-06 09:15:43 GMT

St. Peter's Cathedral in Worms, view of the east end, crossing tower and north arm of the transept

South side with Nikolauskapelle

The city of Worms with its cathedral around 1900
The Cathedral of St. Peter in Worms is the smallest of the three Rhenish imperial cathedrals . The Worms cathedral is steeper and slimmer designed and about a hundred years younger than the dome in Speyer and Mainz .

It was built essentially from 1130 to 1181.

Jeffrey Lush
2023-10-06 09:30:37 GMT

Worth visiting.

JJ Becher
2021-10-24 13:08:17 GMT

Symbol of the City, the impressive medieval cathedral has a lot to offer to both the occasional as well the dedicated visitor.

Jana Alexander
2022-02-21 19:20:28 GMT

WOW, just wow. What an experience to see this Dom. Glad I came. 🥰

Ram prakash singh Sengar
2023-08-02 11:26:38 GMT

Wonderful Roman Catholic church with a history of more than one thousand years . Must see place for all.

Henri Tangeten
2021-11-11 20:55:19 GMT

Place to see,cause history has been written here.

Katie Nielsen
2022-10-12 07:44:55 GMT

Hard to get a good photo of he outside, but this is a beautiful Dom. It is very rich in history and has a crypt and several unique paintings and sculptures.

Odil Ermatov
2022-05-21 05:22:01 GMT

Absolutely stunning building! It is just incredible. Much bigger and older then most of other famous buildings in this category. Recommend to visit.

2019-10-25 19:51:50 GMT

Great place to go and enjoy

JESUS' TEMPLE (Mercygold)
2019-08-22 03:39:40 GMT

I love this Cathedral. Looking at the building and the number of years it has made really amaze me. The bells sound so well in such a way that you can hear from another state. Worship times here are very important as they do not miss anytime for other matters. God is their priority and bringing Pepe closer to God is their Goal. I so love this and wish to always be around that area all the time.

Nina Unruh
2019-01-19 17:55:40 GMT

Very beautiful duomo!

Ricardo Cantu
2019-02-06 13:06:57 GMT

This Dome was part of our European tour of Cathedrals. Easy to get to. You can see it from the main autobahns around Worms, Germany and definitely worth the drive and couple of hours to visit this Dome. Go there an say a nice prayer that will make you feel like your sould was cleanse and the walk around the many stores and restaurants located around the Dome.

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About Worms
City in Germany

Worms is a city in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, situated on the Upper Rhine about 60 km south-southwest of Frankfurt am Main. It had about 84,646 inhabitants as of 2022. A pre-Roman foundation, Worms is one of the oldest cities in northern Europe. source

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