Collegiate Church of St. Servatius – Quedlinburg

The protected part of Quedlinburg covers more than 80 hectares. UNESCO declared it to be an outstanding example of an European city of medieval origin which has preserved through the centuries its precious architectural heritage of romanesque and half-timbering buildings in exceptional quality. Quedlinburg was at the heart of the East Franconian Empire at the time of the Saxon dynasty of the Ottonians. It became a prosperous trading centre from its inception in the tenth century. The collegiate church of St. Servatius on a hill above the old town is a romanesque masterpiece, and it also houses a famous church treasure.

History

Architecture and Furniture

Regular guided visits

Audioguide

Opening times

May to October
Tuesday to Saturday: 10.00h – 18.00h
Sunday: 12.00h – 18.00h

Closed on Monday

 

November to March
Tuesday to Saturday: 10.00h – 16.00h
Sunday: 12.00h – 16.00h
April
Tuesday to Saturday: 10.00 – 17.00h

Sunday: 12.00h – 17.00h
Closed on Monday

 

Admission fees:

Adults: 4 €
Reduced rate: 3 €

 

Combined Ticket (Cathedral and city Castle Museum): 6 €

Reduced rate: 3 €

School class: 1 €/Person

 

Building

Schlossberg 1
06484 Quedlinburg
Deutschland
+49 3946-70 99
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