DOMunder is a unique attraction in Utrecht that lets you discover 2000 years of history underneath the Domplein square. You can explore the archaeological findings, such as the Roman Castellum ‘Trajectum’ and the medieval Gothic Dom Cathedral, with an interactive flashlight. You can also experience the destructive tornado of 1674 that caused the collapse of the cathedral’s nave.
To visit DOMunder, you need to book a ticket online in advance. The tickets are available for different prices depending on your age and status.
DOMunder opening hours are from Tuesday to Sunday, from 14:00 to 15:00. DOMunder is closed on Mondays and some holidays.
To get to DOMunder, you can take public transport or bike to the Domplein square in the center of Utrecht. There are also parking options nearby if you come by car. You can find more information on how to get there on the website.
Some tips and tours for your visit are:
- Wear comfortable shoes and clothes, as you will be walking and crawling in some parts of the underground.
- Bring a valid ID card or passport, as you will need it to enter the attraction.
- Follow the instructions of the guides and respect the rules of the site. Do not touch or damage anything, do not smoke or eat, and do not take flash photos.
- If you want to learn more about the history and stories of DOMunder, you can join a guided tour or an audio tour. You can also combine your visit with other attractions on the Domplein square, such as the Domtoren, the Domkerk, and the Museum Catharijneconvent.
DOMunder is a fascinating place to see what lies beneath the surface of Utrecht. You will be amazed by the rich and diverse heritage of this city and its people.