In Lilienfeld lies the largest medieval monastic complex of Austria: with the medieval cloister, the chapter hall, the dormitory for the lay brothers, the cellar and the largest church of Lower Austria.

The abbey of Lilienfeld was founded in 1202 by duke Leopold VI of the Babenberg family. The first monks came from the abbey of Heiligenkreuz. Lilienfeld is situated on the classical via sacra (sacred road) - the traditional pilgrimage path between Vienna and Mariazell.


HOLY MASSES
Weekdays
6.45 a.m.
Sundays and Holydays
9 and 10 a.m.
Hours of operation of the shop and of the gatehouse for visitors to the monastery
Weekdays
8-12 a.m. and 1-5 p.m.
Sundays and Holydays
1-5 p.m.
Tel.: 0043/(0)2762/52420
Fax: 0043/(0)2762/52420-13
The monks welcome to the monastery those guests who wish to rest for a number of days and who are prepared to respect the atmosphere of silence and prayer.
DAILY RATES (breakfast included)
Individual room with bath € 36,-
Double room with bath € 24,- (per person)
Simple individual room € 24,-
Simple double room € 18,- (per person)
Fathers for the guests gastpater@stift-lilienfeld.at
  Tel.: 0043/(0)2762/52420
  Mobil: 0043/(0)664/9766349
  Address: A-3180 Stift Lilienfeld