The Fraumünster Church(Women’s Minster) is a church in Zurich, Switzerland. The first church on the site was founded by King Louis the German in 853, its convent was inhabited by the female members of the aristocracy of Europe. Since the 13th-century ownership of the church and convent has been under the city of Zurich. The church that stands today has a Romanesque style amongst others, with its more notable features being its chancel and the high vaulted transept as well as the church's stained glass windows.
The best way to get to the church is by using public transport. The closest tram stop to the church is ‘Helmhaus’, the 4, 11, 15, 17 or 19 trams stop there. Alternatively, you get the bus to ‘Bellevue’, the N2, N4, N12 or N13 buses stop at this stop which is a short walk away.
Opening Times and Admission
The church is open seven days a week, operating two different schedules throughout the year. November to February the church is open daily, 10 am to 5 pm. March to October the church is open daily, 10am-6pm. Admission is set at 5Sfr. The church has audio guides for its visitors which may come at a small cost but they are advised for the knowledge that they deliver.