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Narva Alexander's Cathedral

Address: Kiriku tn 9, Narva | Show on map
Telephone: (+372) 356 1027
Fax: (+372) 357 2820
Website: http://narvakirik.ee External link
E-mail: narva@eelk.ee
Method of payment: Cash

The church was built in 1881–84 for the Lutheran workers of the Kreenholm Factory and it was designed by St. Petersburg architect, Otto Pius von Hippius. The Alexander's Cathedral was damaged during both World War I and II. The bell town was destroyed in 1944 along with the Walcker organ that was located there. Today the church’s bell tower has been restored and Estonia’s largest hexagonal church hall awaits restoration. At the Alexander's Cathedral you can visit the bell tower and the observation platform installed there, as well as a museum where artworks from the 14th to 21st century are displayed.

Times and prices

01.11–28.02

Tuesday–saturday: 10:00 - 17:00
Monday, sunday: closed
Adult: from 2.6 €
Child: from 1.3 €
Family ticket: from 6 €
Pensioner: from 1.3 €
University student: from 1.3 €
School student: from 1.3 €

Exact price to be clarified by service provider.

Features

  • Exhibition
  • Information boards
  • Information point
  • Convenient Store
  • Souvenirs
  • Site lighting
  • Viewing platform
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Free parking

Additional services

  • Guide service available: Estonian, English, Finnish, Russian, Russian (Est)

Discounts

  • For children
  • For students
  • For pensioners

Meals

Seminar and conference rooms