Admission: €8 for adults (includes audio guide).
Get There: Berlin Cathedral can be reached via the S-Bahn, taking route S3, S5, S7, or S75 and exiting at Hackescher Markt or route S1, S2, S3, S5, S7 or S75 and exiting at Friedrichstraße station. Visitors can also reach Berlin Cathedral using the U-Bahn lines, taking route U2 and exiting at either Märkisches Museum or Stadtmitte station, or U6 and exiting at Friedrichstraße.
Berliner Dom is the colloquial name for the Evangelical Oberpfarr- und Domkirche (English analogously: Supreme Parish and Collegiate Church, literally Supreme Parish and Cathedral Church) in Berlin, Germany. The history of today’s Supreme Parish and Collegiate Church and its community dates back to 1451. In that year Prince-Elector Frederick II Irontooth of Brandenburg moved with his residence from Brandenburg upon Havel to Cölln (today’s Fishers’ Island, the southern part of Museum Island) into the newly erected Berlin Castle, which also housed a Catholic castle chapel. In 1454 Frederick Irontooth, after having returned – via Rome – from his pilgrimage to Jerusalem, elevated the castle chapel to become a parish church, richly endowing it with relics and altars.