1. Netherlands
  2. South Holland
  3. Rotterdam
  4. Grote of Sint-Laurenskerk

Church of Rotterdam: Ticket and Optional Tower Climb

Product ID: 391221
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Visit the main church of Rotterdam, The Laurenskerk. See the impressive restoration work and learn more about the church's and city's history.
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  • Visit the impressive main church of Rotterdam, The Laurenskerk
  • Learn more about the only medieval building in the city that survived the bombing in 1940
  • Admire the stunning bronze doors and the typical interior of Dutch churches
  • Witness the largest organ of the Netherlands, part of the Marcussen organs
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Explore The Laurenskerk, also known as Church of St. Lawrence, a symbol of the resilience of the people of Rotterdam. Be in awe of the only medieval building that has partially survived the bombing of Rotterdam in 1940 and learn about its reconstruction.

Admire The Laurenskerk's classic design which is in sharp contrast with the hyper modern surrounding architecture. Take in the the bronze doors of war and peace designed by Italian artist Giacomo Manzù. The door’s panels depict the horrors of war and the joys of peace. 

Take a look at the 18th-century brass choir screen, the baptismal font of Hans Petri, the 17th-century tombs of Witte de With, Egbert Kortenaer, and Johan van Brakel. Marvel at the three Marcussen organs – including the largest organ in the Netherlands.
  • Entrance ticket to the church
  • Tower climb tour, if option selected
What’s Not Included
  • Audioguide (available for purchase)

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Meeting point

At the main entrance of the church.

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Know before you go
The church is wheelchair accessible but the tower is not.

From US$ 3.64 per person

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Laurenskerk Rotterdam

Product ID: 391221