364 days a year, the convent of Müstair, UNESCO world heritage site, welcomes guests from all over the world. Guests can discover 1,200 years of history, art and culture, and gain an exciting insight into the life of the Benedictine nuns. The museum is set out like a monastery within a monastery and the church has unique murals from the early Middle Ages. Since 2003 the Planta-Tower, which was erected during the 10th century, has been the home of the monastery museum of Müstair. The attached church built in the 8th century is still the heart of the whole estate. There is a lot to discover as museum director Elke Larcher reveals.