Due to its truly remarkable treasures of goldsmith's and textile art, the Cathedral Treasury in Münster is one of Europe's most important treasure chambers.
On display are precious reliquaries dating from the 11th to the 18th century, worthy liturgical objects and vestments of the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the Baroque era, alongside 20th century artworks. The Cathedral's Medieval treasures of worship form, however, the main focus of the exhibition. More than 700 works from across all artistic genres, which tell the story of Christian worship and scholarship at St. Paul's Cathedral, are exhibited on three floors.
Closed for renovation.
Admission fees: EUR 3.00, concession EUR 2.00. Children under 12 go free.
Young people (12 to 18 years), schoolchildren, students, trainees, disabled people, and social security recipients are eligible for a concession.
Guided tours by appointment (groups of up to 25 people).