Princely Abbey in Amorbach
was enhanced by the convent building including the refectory, the Green Room and the library. Magnificent treasure of the church: the “Stumm” organ completed in 1782, featuring 5, 116 pipes, one of the biggest and most melodious baroque organs in Europe. The abbey library, containing more than 30,000 books, is considered one of the most important and beautifully decorated libraries of the 18th century. It was designed according to plans by Franz-Ignaz Neumann and completed in the so-called “Amorbacher Zopfstil” by Andreas Dittmann. The ceiling painting created in 1789 by Konrad Huber.
The utmost in exclusivity: the private presentation rooms of the princely family offer prestigious venues for all kinds of events. They are ideal for receptions, banquets, concerts, seminars, private parties and as a backdrop for filming and photography. The abbey, which is set in the picturesque town of Amorbach, offers an authentic princely setting that is ideal for weddings: civil wedding ceremonies can be conducted in the classical ambience of the consecrated refectory, whilst the magnificent late baroque abbey church is the perfect venue for a church ceremony. Meanwhile, the Green Hall offers an ideal setting for a fantastic wedding celebration.
The Fürstenhaus event management team is at hand to discuss your needs and any queries that you may have.
Firmenveranstaltungen, Bildungsprogramme, Heiraten möglich
A choice of three caterers
No technical equipment is provided but we are happy to recommend a professional partner to satisfy your requirements
Receptions, banquets, concerts, seminars, private parties, weddings, as a backdrop for films and photographs
Abbey, Green Hall, library and the refectory,
only by arr.:
Informationszentrum Bayerischer Odenwald
Tel.: +49 (0)9373 200574
Fax: +49 (0)9373 200585
over the year for guided tours
KontaktdatenPrincely Abbey in Amorbach
Besitzer: Andreas Fürst zu Leiningen
Telefon: +49 (0)9373 971545
Fax: +49 (0)9373 971560
from the north: A3, exit Aschaffenburg,
B469 to Amorbach; from the south: A81 to
Osterburken, via Buchen or Walldürn to