Innsbruck Cathedral

The Domkirche zu St. Jakob (Cathedral of St. James) is an 18th-century Baroque cathedral in Innsbruck, Austria.


History of Innsbruck Cathedral

The Domkirche of Innsbruck was rebuilt in 1717-24 by Baroque architect Johann Jakob Herkommer. The church suffered heavy damage in World War II, but was later restored.

What to See at Innsbruck Cathedral

Innsbruck Cathedral has a plain but window-filled facade with two towers topped with domes. A large dome covers the transept crossing. The interior is fully decorated in the Baroque style, with contributions from the Asam Brothers.

The main attraction of the interior is the altarpiece entitled Maria Hilf (Mary of Succor) by Lucas Cranach the Elder. Also of interest is a monument of 1620 honoring Archduke Maximilian III (d.1618), in the north aisle.

Quick Facts on Innsbruck Cathedral

Site Information
Names:Domkirche · Innsbruck Cathedral
Styles:Baroque style
Dedication: St. James
Status: active
Visitor and Contact Information
Coordinates:47.269418° N, 11.394217° E
Address:Domplatz 6
Innsbruck, Austria
Hours:Winter: daily 6:30am-6pm
Summer: daily 7am-7pm
Closed Fri noon-3pm and during religious services.
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Note: This information was accurate when first published and we do our best to keep it updated, but details such as opening hours and prices can change without notice. To avoid disappointment, please check with the site directly before making a special trip.


  1. Personal visits (October 2000; October 25, 2010).
  2. Dom zu St. Jakob -
  3. Fodor's Austria, 11th ed.

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