Wettingen Abbey

Tours for schools

Wettingen Abbey offers guided tours and workshops for schools. These can also be booked in English on request. Offers for schools (in German) Contact +41 (0)848 871 200 Send a message Telephone availa

Vindonissa Museum

Archaeological research

The depots and archives now contain hundreds of thousands of items and archaeological information that sheds light on the world of the Romans in Vindonissa. Some of this treasure trove is now on show

Vindonissa Legionary Trail

Excursions for families and children

The Vindonissa Legionary Trail offers unforgettable experiences for children: discover the Roman sites of Vindonissa on your own or solve the riddle of the great oracle as a family in a play tour. Som

Egliswil Collection Centre

Getting here by train, bus and car

Directions to Egliswil Collection Centre Address Sammlungszentrum Egliswil – Museum Aargau Binzenholzstrasse 10 5704 Egliswil Contact Arrival by public transport and car Arriving by train and bus The

Vindonissa Museum


Experience the Vindonissa Museum at an event or public guided tour. Family afternoons take place regularly. Calendar of events (in German) Contact +41 (0)848 871 200 Send a message Telephone availabil

Egliswil Collection Centre

Guided tours and events

The Egliswil Collection Centre is not open to the public. From February to December a public guided tour takes place on the first Tuesday of each month. Event calendar (in German) Contact +41 (0)848 8

Vindonissa Museum


The Vindonissa Museum's exhibitions showcase the most important original finds from the excavations at Vindonissa. The permanent exhibition is translated into English. The only Roman legionary camp on

Vindonissa Museum


Vindonissa Museum – Museum Aargau Museumstrasse 1 5200 Brugg Tel. 0848 871 200 Send a message Organisation Museum Aargau Management Member Contact Dr. Marco Sigg Director E-Mail Dr. Angela Dettling De

Vindonissa Legionary Trail

Soldiers' quarters (Contubernia)

The accurately soldiers' quarters (contubernia) are absolutely unique in Europe and offer overnight stays for families, schools and groups. They have been reconstructed using wood, clay and limestone

Vindonissa Legionary Trail

Officers' kitchen (Culina Centurionis)

The residential building of a high-ranking officer with a surface area of some 1,100 m2 was situated directly on the main camp road running from east to west (via principalis). In pre-Roman times a hu