Different stain glass windows to view. Feels quite modern inside. 5chf to go up the tower. There is always a queue as it's the best thing about the church. And provide great views
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Grossmunster propestant church (a former monastery) is historically significant for the (canton of) Zurich, nowadays serving as the most recognized landmark of the city, entrance is free (visit to the towers is at a fee), remarkable entrance doors, quiet and beautifully simple on the inside.
The historic Grossmunster, which dates back to around 1100, is a Protestant Romanesque church overlooking the Limmat River in Zurich. It is well worth visiting, but visitors should know that photographs are not permitted inside.
The view is definitely worth it. Make sure to bring cash, as they do not take cards. The staircase is very narrow, so it is difficult climbing up and down with people going in opposite directions. It doesn't take too long and there are some...More
Be sure to familiarize yourself with Felix and Regula before leaving. From Charlemagne commissioning a church on this site to the Swiss Reformation beginning here, this place has some historical or legendary significance.
Climb to the top of the bell tower—it is a worthy view. The space at the top is a bit cramped but you will have a 360-degree view and it is quite spectacular. The climb up is a bit tiring and daunting but worth it....More
The bronze doors and stained glass by Giacometti are the only reason to view this rather austere church. And, if the weather is good, you can climb up one of the towers for a view of the city.
If you are in Zurich you‘re bound to walk around in the old town („Niederdorf“), where you‘ll encounter several objects and views from older days. Be sure to visit Grossmünster („big minster“) located close to Bellevue on your trip through Zurich. Just get inside, buy...More