DOMunder is a unique visitors’ centre beneath Domplein square Utrecht, where you will be able to see the 2000 years of history buried below the city like an archaeologist. The centre opens on 2 June 2014.
- Visit the unique, underground archaeological excavations
- Discover 2000 years of history beneath Domplein square
An exciting underground journey through 2000 years of history. That is what you will find at DOMunder! Starting 2 June this year you can travel beneath the Utrecht square and visit a fascinating exhibition that reveals the various layers of time buried here.
2000 years of history
DOMunder shows Domplein square like you’ve never seen it before. You will discover periods in which the square flourished as well as moments of its decay. Starting from AD 45, when the Romans built the castellum Traiectum, up to the storm that destroyed the Gothic cathedral in 1674.
Experience it like an archaeologist
Discover why Utrecht was the centre of ecclesiastical power in the Middle Ages and explore the various periods that determined the history of Domplein square like an archaeologist. While walking between the immense pillars of the old cathedral, you will experience a unique piece of Dutch history.
DOMunder opens 2 June 2014.