Stift Klosterneuburg

Stift Klosterneuburg

Klosterneuburg monastery

where heaven and earth meet

Klosterneuburg Monastery has been one of Austria’s most important religious and cultural centres for 900 years now. Time and again it served as the residence for the Babenbergs as well as for the Habsburgs.

The association between living faith, the notable art treasures and Austria’s oldest wine estate are what bestow the monastery with its unique charm and, located as it is just outside the gates of Vienna, make it into one of the most worthwhile day trip destinations in the whole of Austria.

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    Stiftsticket - Stift Klosterneuburg

    Adults: 17,00 €, Children: 11,00 €, (Free admission for children under 6 years of age.)

    Stiftsticket: 1 Ticket for all theme tours per day (Sacred Tour, Treasure Chamber Tour, Wine Cellar Tour, Museum Tour, Habsburg Tour)

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    Wine Cellar Tour - Stift Klosterneuburg

    Adults: 11,00 €, Children: 7,50 €, (Free admission for children under 6 years of age.)

    The Wine Cellar Tour leads visitors on an atmospheric and informative exploration of the baroque cellar complex which, supported by metre-thick brick walls, reaches down to a depth of up to 36 metres.

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    Museum Tour - Stift Klosterneuburg

    Adults: 11,00 €, Children: 7,50 €, (Free admission for children under 6 years of age.)

    The Emperor Charles VI, father of the Empress Maria ­Theresia, began to enlarge and develop Klosterneuburg Monastery into the “Austrian Escorial”, as a seat of ­secular and ­spiritual power. For centuries, Klosterneuburg Monastery remained an important religious centre for the reigning Habsburg family. Thus, many precious objects were endowed to the Monastery through the centuries.
    Particularly impressive in the Marble Hall is the ceiling ­fresco “The Glory of the House of Austria” by Daniel Gran. The Habsburg Tour leads through the private rooms of the ­Emperor Charles VI to the monastery church, which has been ­refurbished in baroque style and whose imperial ­oratory and Early Baroque “festival organ” are particularly impressive.

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    Sacred Tour - Stift Klosterneuburg

    Adults: 11,00 €, Children: 7,50 €, (Free admission for children under 6 years of age.)

    The Sacred Tour leads through the mediaeval cloister to the seven-branched candelabrum of Agnes from the 12th century, and then to the mediaeval display room with its outstanding artworks of the Austrian High and Late Gothic period. Learn More

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