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Augustinian Abbey of Neustift

Varna (Vahrn)
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Augustinian Abbey of Neustift

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Informationen zu Augustinian Abbey of Neustift

This is one of the most significant monasteries in Tyrol, and the majority of it is open to the public: the Baroque collegiate church with the famous ceiling frescoes by Matthäus Günther, the medieval cloister with frescoes from the 14th and 15th centuries, the library with its precious manuscripts, and the art gallery with its impressive collection of Gothic panel paintings (by Friedrich Pacher, Marx Reichlich, and Andreas Haller). 
To visit are too the historic Baroque gardens with piscina and aviary (guided tours 2 May-12 October). In addition to these unique gardens, the herb garden boasts around 75 species of local and exotic herbs.

Business hours

Guided tours only
Mon–Sat 10, 11, 2, 3, 4 pm 10+ persons
Mon-Sat 11, 3 pm single person too
Mon–Sat also at 12, 1 pm
Closed Sun, public holidays, Mon Jan–March

Entry fees

Guided tours through the abbey

  • €7.00 adults
  • €6.00 groups (10 or more)
  • €3.00 children (over 10), students (up to 17)

Historical garden:

  • €7.00 adults
  • €6.00 groups (10 or more)
  • €3.00 children (over 10), students (up to 17)

Today, the complex of the most important Tyrolean monastery is mostly open to the public.




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