The Lapidarium in the Baroque cellar of the west wing houses an important collection of medieval architectural sculpture. Here you will find 9th and 10th century Carolingian and Ottonian workpieces, as well as objects dating from the 15th to the 17th century. The early medieval capitals and imposts are among the largest and most impressive examples of Carolingian architectural sculpture.
The visitor's tour of the Lapidarium takes in different building phases of the abbey and its church, spanning a period of over a thousand years. The individual objects are numbered, and explanations can be found under the corresponding numbers in the printed description.