The Parish Church of Mary Assumption (Maria Himmelfahrt) in Tisens was first mentioned in 1194 when it was a Roman church. During the 16th Century it was restructured in Gothic style. The high altar was built in 1896. In 1986 the church was renovated. Artefacts worth seeing are the glass paintings from the Augsburg School (around 1520), the family crypts of the counts, the baptism stone with a wooden structure and the Heart of Jesus painting from 1796. Next to this Parish church you find the Saint Michael's Chapel from the 15th Century with late-Gothic frescoes and an "Ossarium" in the basement.