Weihenstephan Hill is a key place in Freising. Significant places of the city are located on it. They include the branch of the Munich Technical University (TUM), and a botanical garden with greenhouses and a dairy factory and the forest park. But the main thing here is the Benedictine Monastery of St. Stephen (Benediktiner Kloster Weihenstephan). It was founded in the VIII century. In 1040, the monastery began to brew beer and in 1160 started selling it in mass.
Weihenstephan Brewery on the same-name hill (Bayerische Staatsbrauerei Weihenstephan), as well as the Abbey, are available for visit. Here you can look at everything that is somehow related to brewing. The Institute of Brewing is also here, which is open to all those wishing to study in it. You can also taste the famous beer here, enjoying the views of the Bavarian spaces and Freising.