Hofkirche Overview

Hofkirche (Court Church of St. Leodegar) is the main cathedral in Lucerne, built from 1634-39 in place of the 8th-century Benedictine monastery of St. Leodegar. The twin towers of the Church were preserved from 1525 of the old Church, among others are a few religious objects, St. Mary's altar that outlasted.

Explore this architectural gem on your trip to Switzerland, immersing yourself in the fusion of medieval charm and religious heritage that defines Lucerne's cultural landscape.

The Court Church is the most important Renaissance church in Switzerland, with gold-covered statues adorning the white interiors along with a carved pulpit and the choir stall from 1639. It is a simple yet beautiful design of the Baroque gold altars that is a sight to behold. During summers, the church hosts recitals of its famous Organ, it is a joyous proceeding to attend.

Best time to Visit- June - September

Entry fee- Free

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