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St Ulrich Diocesan Museum
St. Ulrich Diocesan Museum
The diocesan museum has been located in the Romanesque-Gothic basilica of St Ulrich since 1986. A remarkable symbiosis of church and museum is achieved in the interior which is decorated with 13th to 16th century frescos. The museum houses art works dating from the 11th to the 20th centuries, including medieval paintings, sculptures and goldsmith's work. Renaissance, baroque, rococo and 19th century art is displayed in the galleries. Ecclesiastical treasure from the former St Emmeran, St. John and Niedermünster abbeys are particularly noteworthy, including the crosiers of the 12th century saints Emmeran and Wolfgang. There is an exhibition of contemporary art in the vestibule.
Hours: April 1 - November 1: Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm. Closed November 2 - March 31.
Admission: Adults 2 €, Concessions 1 €, Family card 4 €.
Address: Domplatz 2, 93047 Regensburg
Tags: Regensburg, Museum, Diocese
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