Former Jesuit church of the 17th century, where the remains of the representatives of the royal Wittelsbach dynasty rest. After the dissolution of the Jesuit Order, the temple was used as a regular parish church. In 2005, it was transferred to the possession of the Dominican Order. Despite the modest decoration of the external facade, the interior of the church is made with grace and some luxury.
Andreasstraße 10, Düsseldorf
+49 211 136340
Visited it on 30 November the name day of St. Andrew. I find it a beautiful church with the sculptures so unique and beautiful. It was quite not alot of people were visiting so you get to enjoy the place to yourself. The seats make noise so Be carefu.. Read more »l when you try to sit as it may cause loud noise. The door may seem closed but walk closer and check. Be careful the inner door is wood and the outer door is glass, open slow if you spontaneously do it at the same time with someone else from the other side opening it can break.
One of must-visit churches in Dusseldorf, stunning artwork, not that huge like others in this area but and old one.
JULIUS CARMELO PARCAREY
Christmas season in San Andreas. The white ornate ceiling and the white saintly figures of the apostles plus the golden touches, sets this Church apart. You'll be mesmerized how beautiful really the interior is and how distinctly quiet inside ag.. Read more »ainst the busy area where it is located. ❤
Very beautiful and quite cathedral in the middle of the altstadt. 10/10 recommend.
Beautiful inside and full of detail baroque church!
The bright yellow exterior of the little church was so stunning that attracted me from far. The interior was even prettier. It’s a baroque style with elegant sculptures in white and gold. On Sunday afternoon there was a free organ concert at 4p.. Read more »m. It lasted about 35 minutes. The pianist was excellent. Sitting there listening to the music, away from the heat and noise outside, it really felt as in Heaven.
really nice catholic church. especially holy mother maria embracing jesus christ is so amazing, which makes me pray automatically with my heart
Beautiful church with a free organ concert every Sunday. Well worth the visit.
Amazing experience I had yesterday visiting this church.
The Pastor was cool and pay attention to every visitor there, actually only 40 people allow to enter with an appointment due to Corona.
Great looking church, lots sculptures inside. Free organ concert in Sundays
Small pretty church right in the Altstadt. Went on a Saturday afternoon. They have volunteers that will give you some great information. Very friendly people. Make sure to go the back in the mausoleum. Flyer's in several languages just to your r.. Read more »ight inside the door.
Excellent early Sunday morning mass at 8.30am with plenty of Latin to make us nonGermans feel we can actually join in. Danke.
Nice little church.. beautiful interior.
Amazing place and the people in the church were friendly and inviting, very knowledgeable and proud as they should be of this beautiful church.
Although very modest outside, the interior of the church is beautiful and intricate. It is open for visitors and worshippers alike.
Beautiful church worth a quick view.
Despite its partial destruction in WW2, the Church of St. Andrew is a remarkable example of the early baroque in Northern Germany. The stucco work is mostly from the early 17th century by Johannes Kuhn from southern Germany. Its a clear transitional .. Read more »style between the Renaissance and the Baroque. But note the Rococo stucco work around the organ and the late Baroque sculptures of the Apostles. The surviving transitional design makes this church a unique example of the spread of new ideas and artistic expression in the lower Rhineland.