St. Reinold’s Church is a protestant church situated in Dortmund, Germany. The church, which is the oldest in the city is dedicated to Reinold who is the patron of the city. The Romanesque church that has a late Gothic choir was first built in the 13th century, since then it has been rebuilt numerous times since due to natural disasters and war. It was last rebuilt after World War Two. Its bell tower stands at a height of 104 metres.
The church is situated in the city centre of Dortmund at the Old Market Square. The NE1, NE2, NE3, NE9, NE11 and NE12 buses all stop by the church. The ‘Reinoldikirche’ U-Bahn stop is just by the church.
Opening Times and Admission
The church opens its door to the public at specific times.