Hidden in the historical centre of Utrecht, the Saint Willibrord church figures as one of the concealed treasures of the city. It is an example of the best preserved neogothic churches of The Netherlands and its stunning ornamentation reflects a superb richness. Built in the seventies of the nineteenth century, the interior designed after a medieval concept was finalized towards the end of that century.
Thanks to the entirely preserved interior the church has become a national monument and moreover a European model project of architectural heritage.
The church has a famous organ built by the townsman Michael Maarschalkerweerd. A visit offers you a unique opportunity to experience the atmosphere of a medieval church from before the iconoclastic fury.
Holy Mass on Sunday
Confession 16:15 hrs
Rosary 16:30 hrs
Mass (traditional Latin) 17:00 hrs
Church open for visiting
Tuesday till Saturday 13:00 – 17:00 hrs