Wildegg Castle

Opening hours and entrance fees

Opening hours: castle, garden and bistro 29 March to 3 November 2024 Monday closed Tuesday – Sunday, public holidays* 10 am – 5 pm * Open on the following public holidays: Easter (Good Friday, Easter

 
Vindonissa Museum

Opening hours and entrance fees

Opening hours Regular opening hours Monday* closed Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 1 pm – 5 pm Saturday closed Sunday, public holidays* 1 pm – 5 pm For schools and groups : We open on request add

 
Vindonissa Legionary Trail

Getting here by car, train and bus

Directions to Vindonissa Legionary Trail Address Legionärspfad Vindonissa – Museum Aargau Königsfelderstrasse 265 5210 Windisch Tel. 0848 871 200 Contact Arrival by public transport and car Arriving b

 
Vindonissa Legionary Trail

Baths (Balneum)

The bathhouse is part of a larger-scale complex outside the legionary camp. It was a public facility which could be used by residents and travellers on payment of a fee. The bathhouse is divided into

 
Hallwyl Castle

Getting here by train, bus and car

Directions to Hallwyl Castle Address Schloss Hallwyl – Museum Aargau 5707 Seengen Tel. 0848 871 200 Contact Arrival by public transport and car Arriving by train and bus From Lenzburg railway station,

 
Vindonissa Museum

Tours for schools

At the Vindonissa Museum in Brugg, pupils can experience Roman history at first hand. The guided tours and other offers can be booked in English on request Turn archaeologist, discover small treasures

 
Vindonissa Museum

Roman adventures for families

The Vindonissa Museum offers great attractions for children: discover Roman history, turn archaeologist and solve tricky puzzles! The Vindonissa Museum in Brugg is an exciting destination for families

 
Museum Aargau

Vindonissa

MUSEUM SITES IN VINDONISSA Vindonissa Legionary Trail The Roman adventure park offers play/theme tours, events, roman overnight stays, guided tours and much more. Vindonissa Museum The Vindonissa Muse

 
Vindonissa Museum

Guided tours for groups

A day trip to the Vindonissa Museum is packed with highlights for groups: start an interactive adventure tour as an archaeologist, book a guided tour or discover the exhibitions on your own. All offer

 
Vindonissa Legionary Trail

Guided tours for groups

An excursion to the Vindonissa Legionary Trail is packed with highlights for groups. Some of the offers can be booked in English on request. Swap your jeans for a Roman tunic and follow the legionarie

Gradian
Aussenaufnahme Kloster Königsfelden

Accessibility

Visiting with disabilities

Visiting with disabilities

We are happy to assist people with disabilities on their visit to Königsfelden Abbey. The convent church is largely barrier-free.

Getting here

Visitors with reduced mobility can park at the meeting centre of Königsfelden Psychiatric Services. From there it is about 4 minutes to the convent church on a level path.

Getting here

From Brugg railway station, bus lines 361 (towards Windisch) and 362 (towards Mellingen Heitersberg) run to the "Windisch, Zentrum" stop. The journey time is about 4 minutes, followed by a flat route to the convent church taking about 5 minutes. This route involves crossing roads.

Getting here

Access to the Abbey

  • Wheelchair users: Most of the exhibition rooms in the convent church are wheelchair-accessible. Please contact Museum Aargau customer service before visiting to arrange for a ramp to be made available.
  • Blind and visually impaired: Audio guides (iPods) are available. Some objects can be touched by blind and visually impaired visitors. There is no Braille labelling.
  • Hearing impaired: The exhibition does not have an induction loop system. Audio guides (iPods) are available. A display copy of a publication containing texts on the exhibits can be borrowed from the ticket office.
  • People with intellectual disabilities: There are no labels in simple language.

Museum and exhibition

There is a disabled WC at the entrance to the convent church.

Opening hours & entrance fees
Getting here