Innenaufnahme vom Kloster Königsfelden

Opening hours and entrance fees

Open from April to October

Opening hours

1 April to 31 October 2022 
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday10 am – 5 pm
Public holidays:  
Whitsun (Whit Sunday and Whit Monday) 10 am – 5 pm
Easter (Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday) 10 am – 5 pm
Ascension Day 10 am – 5 pm
National Holiday (August 1) 10 am – 5 pm

Admission fees

Tickets are available at the ticket office. Payment can be made in CHF and EUR. Credit cards are also accepted (including Postcard, Maestro, Visa and Mastercard).

All prices in CHF, prices subject to change. Admission prices may vary for special events at Königsfelden Abbey.

Categoryp.P.from 10 p.
AdultsCHF 7CHF 5
Vocational trainees and students (up to age 26)CHF 5CHF 4
Children (6–16 years)CHF 4CHF 3


With the Vindonissapark ticket you benefit from reduced admission to Königsfelden Abbey, the Vindonissa Legionary Trail in Windisch and the Vindonissa Museum in Brugg. The ticket is valid for one year from the first visit.

Category p.P. from 10 p.
Adults CHF 24 CHF 17
Vocational trainees and students (up to age 26) CHF 17 CHF 14
Children (6–16 years) CHF 13 CHF 10
Family ticket A (2 adults + max. 5 children) CHF 58 -
Family ticket B (1 adult + max. 5 children) CHF 40 -

Free admission to Königsfelden Abbey with:

Note: surcharge for special events possible.

Kulturlegi (in German) – 50% off the regular museum entrance fee. Surcharge for special events.

Notes on visiting Königsfelden Abbey

Dogs are not allowed in the buildings of Königsfelden Abbey, except assistance dogs for people with disabilities.

Prams are permitted in the exhibition rooms.

Small bags up to size A4 are permitted in the exhibition rooms. Larger bags and rucksacks must be deposited at the reception of Königsfelden Abbey.

Have you lost or forgotten something at the Abbey? Please contact reception or Museum Aargau customer service.

Getting here