- KHG-Galerie, Leechgasse 24, Graz and Hortus Leech, Zinzendorfgasse 3, Graz. The gallery offers exhibition space especially to young artists. Open: Mo – S0 10:00 - 17:00. khg.graz-seckau.at/galerie
- Museum for old and contemporary art, Benedictine monastery Admont. http://www.stiftadmont.at (D, E)
- Artworks in the monastery of Altenburg from the 12th century and on. Manuscripts, paintings, sculptures and liturgical objects. Also exhibitions.
- Diocesal Museum Hofburg, Hofburgplatz 2, Brixen, http://www.dioezesanmuseum.bz.it (D, It)
(Brixen lies in the middle of South-Tirol, but it is an autonomous province that belongs to Italy)
- Diocesal museum Eisenstadt in the Franciscan monastery. Old and modern Christian art.
- Graphic collection and art collection of the monastery of Göttweig. Many manuscripts and prints, treasury, textiles, weapons and coins. Also exhibitions.
- Diocesal Museum, Mariahilferplatz 3, Graz. With art and objects from the churches of Styria from the Middle Ages to the Baroque, but also 19th-century and contemporary works. With exhibitions. http://www.katholische-kirche-steiermark.at/kunst-kultur/dioezesanmuseum (D)
- Minoriten Galerien, Mariahilferplatz 3, Graz. The Minoriten Galerien Graz show contemporary art, international, with a focus on religion and spirituality. Under the leadership of Johannes Rauchenberger several big international exhibitions were realised. https://www.kultum.at/ (D)
- Art collection of the monastery of Heiligenkreuz.
- Art collection of the monastery of Herzogenburg.
- Diocesal museum, Mariannengasse 2, Klagenfurt.
- Museum of the monastery of Klosterneuburg. This Augustinian monastery is one of the most important historical sites close to Vienna. With an altar by Nicolas of Verdun. Paintings and sculptures from the Middle Ages till now. Objects of bronze and ivory.
- Art collection of the Benedictine monastery of Kremsmünster in the monastery.
- Benedictine monastery of Lambach with a collection of manuscripts, paintings and a large collection of graphic art. With exhibitions.
- Diocesal museum, Petrinumstraße 12, Linz.
- Basilika Mariazell. Treasury with 3200 gifts by pilgrims. With relics, textiles and contemporary art.
- Museum of the monastery of Mattsee with sacred art, historical library and paintings. With exhibitions.
- Museum of the monastery of Melk, Dietmayrstraße 1.
- Augustinian Museum, Pfarrgasse 8, Rattenberg.
- Stift Rein, the oldest Cistercian monastery in the world (1129), has regular exhibtions. http://www.stift-rein.at (D)
- Cathedral Museum, Domplatz, Salzburg. The Salzburg Cathedral Museum is devoted to the art and the culture of one of the oldest Archbishoprics in German-speaking territories. The exhibition rooms in the upper story of the Cathedral, the so-called oratories, are well worth seeing even by themselves. The Cathedral Museum is also the Museum of the Archdiocese and displays valuable sacral works of art from various Salzburg parishes. http://www.kirchen.net/dommuseum(D, E)
- Collection of the monastery of Schlägl with paintings from the Gothic era till the 20th century, library with many manuscripts, textiles and liturgical objects from the 15th century. With exhibitions.
Margret-Bilger-Galerie of the Cistercian monastery of Schlierbach. There is also a glass studio here. http://www.ooemuseumsverbund.at/museum/157_stift_schlierbach (D)
- Art collection of the Benedictine monastery of Seitenstetten.
- Augustinian monastery St. Florian with a rich collection of paintings with Works by Altdorfer and Lucas Cranach, many works from the Baroque and by the Austrian artist Hans Fronius (1903 - 1988). With exhibitions. http://www.stift-st-florian.at/en/home.html (D, E)
- Museum of the Benedictine monastery St. Lambrecht, Hauptstraße 1, St. Lambrecht has an art-historical collection and regular exhibitions. https://www.stift-stlambrecht.at/ (D)
St. Paul im Lavanttal:
- Art collection of the Benediktine monastery of St. Paul.
- Diocesal museum St. Pölten. Founded in 1888, situated close to the Dom. With paintings and sculptures from the Middle Ages to 18th century. With two libraries.
- Dommuseum Stephansdom, founded in 1933, is considered to be one of best museums of Vienna. Covers 1000 years of Christian art, from the Stephansdom and the rest of Austria. Paintings, sculptures, windows, reliquaries, and gold and silver objects. Due to the collector’s work of Monsignore Otto Mauer (1907 – 1973) the 20th century is also well represented. Between others works by Alfred Kubin and Hans Fronius, but also by Arnulf Rainer and Josef Mikl.
-Treasury of the German Order (order of crusaders). This treasury, close to the Stephansdom, is one of the oldest art collections in Vienna. From Gothic art to the 20th century. Also coins and weapons.
- Ernst Fuchs Museum. In 1972 the catholic Austrian artist Ernst Fuchs acquired the derelict Otto Wagner Villa in Hütteldorf (Vienna), which he restored and transformed. The villa was inaugurated as the museum in 1988.