Home to the Baroque architectural highlights of the city, Münster’s oldest trading street has much to offer in terms of culture. The Erbdrostenhof is a Baroque masterpiece created by Johann Conrad Schlaun from 1753-1757. Today it houses the main offices of the Westphalian state conservator and also acts as a venue for special occasions. Likewise designed by Schlaun and constructed from 1745 to 1753, the Clemenskirche (Church of St. Clement) is a circular rotunda with a dome and lantern. The popular wedding church captivates visitors with its splendid rococo interior and Baroque garden. Information on the history of the city is available in the municipal museum. There, the history of city is outlined and there are also architectural models of Münster on display as well as numerous exhibitions with changing themes.

Stadt Münster Altstadt