Weinprobe im Stift Klosterneuburg

Klosterneuburg Abbey

One place. One thousand stories.

More than 900 years ago, in 1114, Margrave Leopold III of the House of Babenberg, the patron saint of Austria, founded this extraordinary place. Whether you’re on your own or part of a group, there are a great many exciting tales from history for you to discover.
There’s the medieval Verdun Altar (1181), which tells biblical stories through breath-taking imagery, as well as the Austrian Archducal Hat (1616), which was last used in 1989 and can be marvelled at in the Treasure Chamber.

After visiting the annual exhibition “Holy Warriors” (“Gotteskrieger”) (May to November 2022), you can take a tour around Austria’s oldest wine estate and round off the day in fine style with a spot of wine tasting. Nestled between the Blue Danube and lovingly tended vineyards, just a few stations away from Vienna, lies picturesque Klosterneuburg, a place that holds a special significance in the story of how Austria came to be.

Highlights:

  • Varied and interesting themed routes bring the history of the abbey to life.
  • Austria’s oldest wine estate offers you the chance to enjoy a guided wine tasting.

Opening hours:
16.11.-09.01. + 01.03.-30.04.: 10-16 every day
10.01.-28.02.: Saturday + Sunday 10-16
01.05.-15.11.: 9-18 every day
25., 26. and 31.12.: closed
24.12.: 10-12
01.01: 13-16

More than 900 years ago, in 1114, Margrave Leopold III of the House of Babenberg, the patron saint of Austria, founded this extraordinary place. Whether you’re on your own or part of a group, there are a great many exciting tales from history for you to discover.
There’s the medieval Verdun Altar (1181), which tells biblical stories through breath-taking imagery, as well as the Austrian Archducal Hat (1616), which was last used in 1989 and can be marvelled at in the Treasure Chamber.

After visiting the annual exhibition “Holy Warriors” (“Gotteskrieger”) (May to November 2022), you can take a tour around Austria’s oldest wine estate and round off the day in fine style with a spot of wine tasting. Nestled between the Blue Danube and lovingly tended vineyards, just a short drive from the centre of Vienna, lies picturesque Klosterneuburg, a place that holds a special significance in the story of how Austria came to be.

Highlights:

  • Varied and interesting themed routes bring the history of the abbey to life.
  • Austria’s oldest wine estate offers you the chance to enjoy a guided wine tasting.

Opening hours:
16.11.-30.04. + 16.11.-30.12.: 10-16 every day
01.05.-15.11.: 9-18 every day
25., 26. and 31.12.: closed
24.12.: 10-12
01.01: 13-16

Included services

  • Admission to Klosterneuburg Abbey incl. all tours offered on this day, except special events (e.g. Medieval Festival, Garden Days etc.) 

Destination station: Klosterneuburg-Kierling

Price overview

01.01.-31.12.2022 ÖBB Plus-offer Local prices
Adults € 7.80 € 13.-
Children 6<14 years € 6.60 € 11.-

Children up to the age of 6 are free.