Welcome to the city museum of Trier!

The City Museum Simeonstift in Trier shows art and cultural treasures from the Middle Ages to well into the 21th century. The exhibition is founded on a collection of valuable donations made by well-known citizens of the city. The artefacts on display are divided into a variety of sections, including paintings, sculptures, arts and crafts, Coptic textiles, furniture and small Oriental plastic art forms. The focal point of the permanent exhibition revolves around the history of the city of Trier. Regularly changing special exhibitions are dedicated to Trier’s native artists or to topics associated with the city.

The collection is housed in the Roman building of the Collegiate of St. Simeon, which originates from the 11th century and is directly adjacent to the Porta Nigra. Also worthy of note is the building itself, which boasts one of the oldest and rarely preserved two-storey cloisters.

The admission price includes an audio guide (D/E/F/NL), also available as an audio guided tour for children (D).

Contact us:

Phone:   + 49 651 – 7181459

Fax   + 49 651 – 7181458



Corona protection

Please note that currently our exhibitions can be visited only by appointment by e-mail or phone.

Time slots: 10-12 a.m., 12:30-14:30 p.m. and 3-5 p.m.

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