Exhibition Discovery of Valuable in Dürnstein Abbey

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  • Lower Austria, Austria
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Exhibition Discovery of Valuable in Dürnstein Abbey

Provided byStift Durnstein

  • 1 hour, 20 minutes

  • 1 - 10 participants

The abbey and its blue church tower on the Danube tell a story. This provides insights into a baroque world of thought that is more relevant today than ever. The included audio guide (D, E, I, F, ESP) helps better understanding and brings the zeitgeist of this era to life ...

The highlight of every tour is the view from the Danube terrace onto the blue church tower and the Wachau, and at the end a visit to the collegiate church.


  • Entry to the exhibition "Discovery of the Precious"

  • Audio guide in D, E, F, I, ESP

  • Entry/Admission - Stift Durnstein

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4(1 Reviews)
8 Sep 2020

Spannende Austellung. Die Blaus sind ein Highlight ....einfach schön diese Wand anzusehen und die verschiedenen Laus genießen.

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  • Lower Austria, Austria

  • Ruinenweg, Dürnstein, Austria

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Visit: Stift Durnstein, Duernstein 1 Town Center, Durnstein 3601 Austria

The exhibition “Discovery of the Precious” enables visitors to access the former Dürnstein Abbey. The baroque world of thought runs through the entire design of the house. This is brought closer to the visitor in the three areas "the good, the beautiful, the true" and it quickly becomes clear that the ideas behind it still have their meaning today.

The Gothic columned hall is dedicated to the theme of “doing good”. A model of the city of Dürnstein illustrates the varied history of the city and monastery. In the second part of the exhibition "Preserve the beautiful", visitors are invited to think about their own ideas of the beautiful and to write them down. From there it goes up to the upper floor, which gives insights into “looking for the real thing”. The replica of the tabernacle of the collegiate church in the form of a rotatable ball, together with an earth and sky globe, expresses that man is part of the big picture.

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  • Wheelchair accessible

  • Stroller accessible

  • Service animals allowed

  • Near public transportation

  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible

  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible

  • Most travelers can participate

  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff

  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas

  • Guides required to regularly wash hands

  • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons

  • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.

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