Heidelberg and the Neckar Valley Sights

Zisterzienzerkloster (Cistercian Monastery)

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine
  • Fodor's Choice

Fodor's Review

This is a rare example of a well-preserved medieval monastery from the late 12th century. Following the secularization of 1806, the abbot's abode was rebuilt as a hunting castle for King Frederick of Württemberg. Expansion and restoration continued as long as the palace and monastery continued to be a royal residence. Visits to the palace are with guided tours only.

Sight Information

Address:

Im Schloss, Bebenhausen, Baden-Württemberg, 72074, Germany

Phone:

07071-602–802

Sight Details:

  • Monastery €4, palace €4.50
  • Nov.–Mar., Tues.–Sun. 10–noon and 1–5; Apr.–Oct. daily 9–5

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