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Lambach Abbey

Lambach, Oberösterreich, Österreich
  • All weather
  • Suitable for groups

The Benedictine monastery Lambach, built in the 11th century, provides guides through the monastery, the archives and the collections.

Discover “the Marienkloster on the Traun”, walk in the footsteps of Benedictine monasticism. The monastery was founded by Bishop Adalbero in 1056 and is approaching its 1000th anniversary. The Romanesque frescoes in the west choir date from the 11th century, otherwise the Baroque style predominates. The monastery on the river had many good, but also bad years, but the Lambach monastery has survived to this day.

Have you ever sat in a monastery theater that was played for the first time 270 years ago? The only surviving baroque monastery theater in the German-speaking area is still a unique stage for many performances. Or have you ever been amazed by the almost 1,000 year old frescoes, which are among the most important works of art in Europe from the 11th century? You can also admire other art and cultural treasures on a guided tour in Lambach Abbey. Guided tours of the monastery from Easter Sunday to October 31, from Wednesday to Sunday at 2 p.m., for registered groups at any time.

Romanesque frescoes - more info here

Monastery tours:

  • Easter Sunday to October 31
  • Museum: Dayily from 9 am to 5 pm - just follow the orange line to the ticket machine
  • Guided tour: Wednesday to Sunday at 2:00 pm
  • Outside of these times and from All Saints' Day to Easter Sunday, only registered tours of 15 people or more take place.

Archive opening times:

Opening times music archive:

Opening times painting and graphics collection:

Closing day
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
Accessibility / arrival

We recommend arriving by public transport!

By train

from Vienna / Linz / Wels and Salzburg on the "Weststrecke" line 100, Lambach Markt railway station (no IC stop, change in Wels or Attnang-Puchheim), approx. 10 minutes' walk to the monastery
Lambach railway station, plus line 160 Lambach - Vorchdorf line (with a connection to the Traunseetram to Gmunden), approx. 15 minutes' walk to the monastery

by bus:
Lines 503, 504, 505, 506, 640, 641, 642, 643
The Lambach Markt stop
is only approx. 100 meters away

with the Traunstein Taxi Route 51 which leads from Laakirchen via Lambach to the Almspitz, e.g. from Lambach station to the monastery or from the Traunfall to the monastery.
Please call the taxi center at least 1 hour in advance on 050-422 1691 or order on the otaxi app.

By car
From Vienna / Linz:
Autobahn A1, Haid A25 junction towards Passau, Wels junction A8 towards Graz, Wels-West exit, on B1 to Lambach
Or from Vienna / Linz or Salzburg: Motorway A1, exit Vorchdorf, on Pettenbacherstraße to Bad Wimsbach-Neydharting, on Wimsbacherstraße to Stadl-Paura, on B144 to Lambach

From Passau: Autobahn A8, exit Haag am Hausruck, on Gaspoltshofener Landesstraße to Lambach.

From Graz:
Autobahn A8, intersection Sattledt A1 towards Salzburg, exit Vorchdorf, on Pettenbacher Straße to Bad Wimsbach-Neydharting, on Wimsbacher Straße to Stadl-Paura, on B144 to Lambach

Parking
  • Bus parking space: 2
Travelling by public transport
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  • All weather
  • Suitable for groups
  • Suitable for single travelers
Season
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Autumn
  • Winter

Please get in touch for more information.

Contact


Lambach Abbey
Klosterplatz 1
4650 Lambach

Phone +43 7245 217 - 10
E-Mailempfang@stift-lambach.at
Webwww.stift-lambach.at
https://www.stift-lambach.at

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Benediktinerstift Lambach
Klosterplatz 1
4650 Lambach

Phone +43 7245 217 - 10
E-Mailempfang@stift-lambach.at
Webwww.stift-lambach.at

We speak the following languages

German
English

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