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The Open Church is a postconfessionalist church for each and everybody whatever they believe in. Wether you are looking for silence or for a lively disco: We cater to your needs. The church opens on weekdays at 10am and closes at 7pm. Our café...more
When we visited the Church was being prepared for an event but we were able to wander round and enjoy the beautiful windows and some nativity related sculptures. Despite the activity that was going on there was a peaceful atmosphere about the place.
I visited this church after visiting the Historical Museum down the block. There was a service going on, so I wandered around for a while until it was over. The interior of the church is rather plan, befitting a Lutheran church which I guess it...More
Spectacular architecture within a short stroll from the Cathedral, Basel Munster. Entry is without charge and restrooms are available. This church adds another beautiful dimension to the Basel profile and photos are well worth the time of its quaint, yet majestic architecture, both inside and...More
That's what we found also in the very center of the old Basel, a very nice and elegant Gothic Kirche Elizabethen. It is not so old sanctuary, dating from the second half of nineteenth century when it was built and now located, here in the...More
Date of experience: March 2017
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Frank L, Geschäftsführer at Open Church Basel, responded to this reviewResponded 5 February 2018
Dear Oleg! We feel understood and very carefully described by your words! Have a safe onward journey and get back home safely!
From the outside it looks like a church, and with so much going on outside you might just walk past it. However, as you approach from the front door (it looks shut. It’s open, just try the door) you’ll open it to a church come...More
It’s a not so big but quite a beautiful church. There was a small cafe too. (It’s a bit weird for me to see a cafe just in the church). We walked 230 steps up to the top and enjoyed a stunning view. But the...More