A tour of Bremen Cathedral and its lead cellar is a memorable experience. Discover how people dealt with death differently through the centuries as the tour guides lead you past the many graves from various eras. Countless bishops and other members of the community are buried in St Peter’s Cathedral. During the tour, you’ll learn how the unusual climate of the Weser dune on which the cathedral was built caused some of the bodies to dry out, and why the ‘mummies’ were continually moved around for three centuries until they found their final resting place in the old cloister, which today is the Bibelgarten.
We will be happy to arrange a group visit at a time to suit you, including during winter when the lead cellar is closed to the public.
Friday 12.30 pm
At the end of the right-hand aisle by the cathedral museum
Please note: due to official engagements and concert rehearsals, the dates are only released for booking around a month in advance.
If the cathedral needs to close at short notice, a replacement tour will be offered.
No cancellation charges until 5 working days in advance.
Full payment required at booking date.