The former Benedictine abbey was built in 1727, and the outside is charmingly plain, except for the onion-shaped domes on top of the twin towers. Step inside for a surprise.
The bright and white interior is splashed with color and decorated floor to ceiling. Notice the glitzy main altar, which is the restored work of Jean-Léonard Meyer, an artist who lived in the area in the early 18th century.
Pay special attention to the pipe organ, which was built in 1730 by the well-known master craftsman Andreas Silbermann. If you visit in May, try to catch a performance by Les Heures Musicales d’Ebersmunster.
Before you leave the village, walk along the narrow streets and admire the gardens and traditional houses.