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Stift Göttweig 1,
3511 Furth bei Göttweig

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Benediktinerstift Göttweig
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Austria's Monte Cassino watches over the southern entry to the Wachau south of Krems like a sacred fortress.
Göttweig Abbey was founded in 1083 as a proprietary monastery and became a Benedictine monastery in 1094. It was newly built in its current baroque form in the early 18th c according to plans by J.-L. von Hildebrandt. 

As part of the Wachau, a UNESCO World Heritage landscape since 2001, the abbey is a magnet today for guests from around the world. It serves as a spiritual center in the heart of Lower Austria and is run by a community of about 45 monks.

In the museum in the imperial wing, visitors experience high baroque in all its splendor, for example, the monumental imperial staircase with the ceiling fresco by Paul Troger from 1739, one of the largest and most beautiful baroque staircases in Europe. The abbey shows its art collections in special annual exhibitions staged in the adjoining royal and imperial rooms.

The highest apricot orchard in the Wachau has been open to the public since this year. It is on the south side of the monastery and visitors can find out interesting information about apricots there.
There is a magnificent view into the Wachau section of the Danube Valley from the abbey restaurant terrace.

Classifications

  • Quality Partner Lower Austria
  • TOP excursion destination

Opening hours

Ab 3. Mai ist das Museum im Kaisertrakt mit der Sonderausstellung "Pater Lambert Karner - Ein Benediktiner als Höhlenforscher" und der Klosterladen täglich von 10 bis 18 Uhr geöffnet. Zur kleinen Stärkung bietet das Stiftsrestaurant Kaffee zum Mitnehmen und Marillenbreze an.

Stiftsrestaurant, Veranstaltungsbereich und Gästehaus Stift Göttweig sind ab 19. Mai 2021 geöffnet!

20. March 2021 - 31. October 2021

Monday
10:00-18:00
Tuesday
10:00-18:00
Wednesday
10:00-18:00
Thursday
10:00-18:00
Friday
10:00-18:00
Saturday
10:00-18:00
Sunday
10:00-18:00
Holiday
10:00-18:00

Located

  • rural location
  • at the outskirts of the village
  • calm environment

Distances

  • to the airport: 100 km

More details

Baby-care room
Toilet facility
Café in the establishment
Tours
Suitable for wheelchairs
Outdoor kid's playground
Regional products available
Restaurant in the establishment
Wheelchair accessible toilet facility
Suitable for bad weather
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