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Over 1000 years of history, architecture, art, faith

Steinfeld Basilica was probably founded around 920 by Count Sybodo from the Ahrgau. A first monastery foundation as a Benedictine monastery is mentioned around 1069. The order of the Premonstratensians was established between 1126 and 1135.

The Salvatorians have lived and worked in this place since 1923.

Steinfeld Monastery is one of the best-preserved baroque monastery complexes in Germany.

Today, within its monastery walls, you will find the monastic community of the Salvatorians, a 4-star hotel, a monastery café, a multiple award-winning grammar school, an academy, the famous Steinfeld Basilica with its equally famous organ, the tomb of St. Hermann Josef, a labyrinth of contemplation and faith, and many more surprises.

We invite you to a virtual visit to Steinfeld Abbey. To do so, please click on the various markers on the digital map below.

Have fun with it!

Basilica click here
Labyrinth & Cross click here
House chapel click here
Student band click here
Guesthouse click here
Guesthouse click here
Refectory (dining room of the guesthouse) click here
Chestnut farm click here
House St. Benedict click here
Gymnasium Hermann Josef Kolleg click here
Academy click here
Calvary click here
Klosterschänke click here
Monastery café and monastery shop click here
School auditorium and swimming pool click here
To the old abbey - inn click here
Sheepfold click here
Talent shed click here
Father Jordan click here