Monastery of Lilienfeld

The largest medieval monastery in Austria was founded by Leopold IV of Babenberg in 1202. Most of the buildings are in a transitional style between Romanesque and Gothic, with some major parts renovated in the Baroque period. The abbey church is the largest in Lower Austria (82m long and 21m wide) and is thought to have been built by stonemasons from Burgundy. The abbey cloister and library are also worthy of note.

Useful information


Klosterrotte 1, 3180 Lilienfeld


+43 2762 52420


3 € (children 1 €)

Opening hours

Mon-Sat 8am‑noon, 1pm‑5pm, Sun 1pm‑5pm; closed 1 Jan, Good Fri and Holy Sat, 1 Nov and 24 Dec

Nearby tourist attractions

Nepomuk Group
Nepomuk Group