Where heaven meets earth
In 1114 Leopold III laid the cornerstone for today's collegiate church, thereby creating the religious, social and cultural centre that continues to exist today at the gates of Vienna.
Klosterneuburg Abbey was the residence of the Babenbergs as well as the Habsburg dynasty, an important place in the history of Austria's origins. Today, it is home to not only the Austrian archducal hat, but also the world-famous medieval Verdun Altar as well as Austria's oldest winery.
Annual Exhibition 2018: Roman camp Arrianis - The limes in Klosterneuburg
Today's Augustinian monastery Klosterneuburg stands on the site of the former Roman camp Arrianis, which was part of the Danube Limes. For four centuries, the northern border of the Roman Empire stretched along the Danube, leaving behind rich archaeological finds that offer interesting insights into life in the military camp as well as the civilian settlements.
17 March through 18 November 2018 at Klosterneuburg Abbey
Experience faith, wine and culture, and visit Klosterneuburg Abbey with its unique history!
- Admission to Klosterneuburg Abbey
Destination station: Klosterneuburg-Kierling
|01.01.-31.12.2018||ÖBB Plus-offer||Local prices|
|Adults||€ 8,10||€ 9,-|
Tickets for children are not offered.