Questions and answers

Here, you will find the most important information on our visitors’ frequently asked questions about our services – sorted by keyword.


Arriving via the B79 from Wolfenbüttel or Quedlinburg

Arriving via the B81 from Magdeburg or Wernigerode       

There is no separate car park for the cathedral treasures. When you visit, please use the free public parking spaces nearby, on the cathedral square, on Hoher Weg or in the car park serving the Rathauspassagen shopping centre. The free Düsterngraben car park is right by the cathedral.



The cathedral is fully accessible via visitor center and north portal.

Currently, only parts of the exhibition on the cathedral treasures are fully accessible, along with the anteroom to the refectory and the chapter house. The rooms where the tapestries and robes are exhibited can be accessed via short flights of steps. The entry to the historical treasury is mediaeval and not fully accessible.



T: +49 3941 24237
F: +49 3941 621293

Photography – for private, non-commercial purposes only – is permitted in the permanent exhibition without a flash, tripod or selfie stick, as long as the artworks are kept safe and the photographer maintains a distance of least 50 cm and treats other visitors with consideration. No photographs may be taken in rooms and cabinets containing textiles, such as those where the tapestries and robes are exhibited.

This permission does not apply to third-party rights. Permission is required to photograph or share images of content protected by copyright or personal rights.

Individual works which may not be photographed or filmed on the instructions of the owner are labelled accordingly.

Photography and filming may be prohibited in special exhibitions. The assistants will be happy to inform you.


Angelika Münchhoff
T: +49 3941 6241834
F: +49 3941 621293

Guided tours

Guided tours of the cathedral and cathedral treasures are open for booking once again.

Please make an enquiry.




T: +49 3941 24237

Halberstadt Cathedral treasures and some 120 other partners are signed up to this attractive all-inclusive tourism pass. Purchasing the card gives you free admission to all participating institutions within the defined validity period.

Further information on the Harz Card can be found here.

Find out about our rules.


We always have an open ear for your ideas, requests, suggestions and, of course, praise. Let us know what you think at the following e-mail address: 


Whether you want the popular little guide to the cathedral treasures or an illustrated book as a souvenir or gift, you’re sure to find something to suit you in the extensive range at our museum shop.


Press contact details

Eta Erlhofer-Helten M. A.
Stabsstelle Presse | Zentrale Aufgaben Kommunikation
Kulturstiftung Sachsen-Anhalt
T: +49 345 4704999-910
F: +49 345 4704999-920

Current press releases from the Halberstadt Cathedral treasures can be found here:

Halberstadt Cathedral treasures press information

Press contact details

Claudia Wyludda
Public Relations Officer
Kulturstiftung Sachsen-Anhalt
T: +49 3941 6241833
F: +49 3941 621293

Lockers are available during opening hours in the new cathedral treasury to safely store your bags and rucksacks. They can be used free of charge. Bulky items of all kinds must be handed in, such as umbrellas, rucksacks and bags larger than DIN A4 (20 x 30 cm). No liability is assumed for the contents of the lockers.




Museum ticket office
T: +49 3941 24237

Food and drinks may not be consumed in the exhibition rooms.



Dogs and other animals may not accompany visitors on the premises, with the exception of guide dogs for the blind and assistance dogs; these are also admitted to the Cathedral and Cathedral treasures as long as the rules are followed. Dogs must be kept under control in line with regulations and placed such that all entrances and exits can be used without hindrance.