What to visit in Speyer

Speyer is a beautiful town with a picturesque old centre.
Stroll along the main street from the Cathedral to the Old Gate,
visit the numerous museums or just relax in one of the little cafes.

We are sure you will enjoy an interesting and pleasant day in Speyer!

The imperial Cathedral of Speyer is one of the largest and most significant Romanesque edifices in Germany.
In 1980 the cathedral was added to the UNESCO World Heritage program.

Opening Hours:  Mon-Fri 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.


Located directly next to the Romanesque Cathedral, the Museum of Palatinate History has a rich historico-cultural collection with 6000 square meters of exhibits, spanning history from the Stone Age to the present day.

Admission: DM 8.-
Opening Hours:  Tues-Sun 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

The Old Gate is one of the tallest (55m) and most important town gates in Germany.

Take the time to climb the tower for a magnificent view of the city!

A permanent exhibition on the first floor documents the history of Speyer's town fortifications and of the Old Gate.

Admission:   DM 1.50 per person
Opening Hours:  Mon - Fri 10 a.m.-12 p.m. and 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Where is Speyer?
Speyer is situated on the Rhine, 
 about 20 km north of Germersheim. 
Aerial View of Speyer

Further information

For further information, please consult the Homepage of the city of Speyer

 This page was created by Annette Heinrich.