Cultural heritage objects are objects of cultural, biotic, tourist and economic matter. Preservation of those objects is essential for any country or state. In Slovenia we know immovable, intangible and movable cultural heritage. Geodetic surveyors can participate in the preservation of cultural heritage by measuring or capturing those objects and processing the captured measurements and data. In master thesis proceesings we surveyed the immovable cultural heritage object – the Jurklošter monastery, using the methods of classical geodetic survey, GNSS survey, SfM/MVS photogrammetry and terestical photogrammetric survey. Our goal by processing the measurements and data was to gain a dense point cloud, on the basis of which a 3D model could be made. As a part of the 3D modelling of the object, we checked whether modelling in the selected software was even possible and how detailed our 3D model can be.