Tickets for St. Stephen's Cathedral (Stephansdom): Towers, Catacombs, Treasury and Tour
All-access pass to this symbol of Austria
- Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date
- Changes are possible for this ticket
- This all-inclusive ticket gets you access to every part of this famous monument - cathedral tour, treasury, catacombs, towers... see it all!
- Climb 343 steps for a spectacular view of Vienna; see the medieval sarcophagus of Emperor Frederick III
- The current Romanesque and Gothic cathedral was built in the 14th century on the ruins of two earlier churches. But there's been a church dedicated to Saint Stephen (the patron saint of - among other things - headaches and horses), on this spot since 1147
St. Stephen's Cathedral is one of the most important sights in Vienna. It is the symbol not just of the city - its distinctive silhouette adorns Austrian versions of the 10-cent coin. If you're going to see it while in Vienna (and you definitely should), this all-inclusive ticket will make sure you leave no (church) stone unturned. You'll have access to every part of this famous monument - cathedral tour, treasury, catacombs, towers... don't just see this church, SEE it!
Vienna’s St Stephen’s Cathedral is a whole lot of things. It’s a moving place of worship sure, but it’s also a world-famous cultural heritage site, and the national emblem of Austria itself.
This All Inclusive pass really gets you everywhere inside this Vienna must-see: a cathedral tour, an audio guide, the catacombs, the south tower, the north tower, and the ancient treasures. It's no wonder that Stephansdom attracts 5,4 million visitors a year.
The west gallery of the cathedral is home to its treasures, while the 137m-tall south tower, which dominates the Vienna skyline. The 343 steep steps to the top will reward the with a lovely view of the Austrian capital.
If you're into bells (and c'mon, who isn't?), the famous Pummerin hangs in the much-smaller north tower. It's the second-largest free-swinging chimed church bell in Europe.