At one time, the Cistercian monks made Raitenhaslach a center of piety, arts and sciences. Nowadays, the prelate's wing of the former monastery is again a hub of intellectual activity: In addition to seminar events, the center also plays host to art and culture in new event formats.
With the monastery market, concerts and monastery tours, Raitenhaslach and the TUM Science & Study Center are open to the general public in a number of different ways. Burghausen municipality organizes an events series in the prelate's wing called "Kultur im Kloster". In addition, our guest tours offer a glimpse behind the scenes of daily conference business here as well as insights into the historical rooms.