Habsburg Castle


Getting here Arriving by car We generally recommend arriving by car. The steeply sloping access to the castle courtyard is closed off with a barrier. Visitors with reduced mobility may enter the court

Lenzburg Castle


Getting here Arriving by car Visitors with reduced mobility can park at the rear entrance of the castle by appointment (follow the "Lieferanten/Behinderte" sign). From this entrance (ring the bell at

Wildegg Castle


Getting here Arriving by car Visitors with reduced mobility may drive up to the castle gate. However, no parking spaces are available here. We kindly ask you to park your vehicle in the general car pa

Königsfelden Abbey


Getting here Arriving by car 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.

Hallwyl Castle


Getting here Arriving by car Parking spaces for visitors with reduced mobility are available directly adjacent to the castle. There is also a disabled parking space in the general car park. Getting he

Vindonissa Museum


Getting here Arriving by car Parking spaces for people with reduced mobility are available at the Eisi multi-storey car park in the centre of Brugg. The short distance to the Vindonissa Museum is flat

Wildegg Castle


Enjoy the unique ambience of Wildegg Castle in the bistro, on the loggia or the terrace facing the courtyard. Admission to the castle bistro during museum opening hours is free of charge. CHF, EUR and

Wettingen Abbey

Contact & About us

Address Museum Aargau Klosterhalbinsel Wettingen (Wettingen Abbey) Klosterstrasse 10 5430 Wettingen Send a message ​​​​​​​ Organisation Museum Aargau Management Member Contact Marco Castellaneta Direc

Vindonissa Museum

Treasures from Vindonissa

Admission: Museum entrance fee Useful information The archaeological tour is included in the museum entrance fee . Registration is not required. Adults can also complete the tour without the treasure

Vindonissa Museum

Opening hours and entrance fees

Opening hours Regular opening hours Monday closed Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 1 pm – 5 pm For schools and groups on request additionally 10 – 12 midday Saturday closed Sunday 1 pm – 5 pm *Spe

Aussenaufnahme Kloster Wettingen mit blauem Himmel und grüner Wiese im Vordergrund.


Visiting with disabilities

Wettingen Abbey is only partially wheelchair accessible due to the historical nature of the buildings. We are happy to assist people with a disability during their visit.

Getting here

Visitors with limited mobility can drive up to the abbey complex (Klosterstrasse). However, there are no parking spaces available here. We kindly ask you to park your car in the general parking lot (P+Rail facility at Wettingen train station, 5 minutes’ walk from the abbey). Above the abbey there are also a small number of parking spaces for disabled persons.

Getting here

Wettingen Abbey is well connected by public transport (for bus and train connections see Getting here).

  • The abbey is about 400 metres from Wettingen train station. The train station is wheelchair accessible. The paved and signposted path to the abbey leads through the station underpass in a south-westerly direction / towards the Limmat river.
  • The bus stop "Wettingen, Kloster" (RVBW lines 4, 8 and 12) is about 300 metres north of the abbey. RVBW buses are step-free and can be lowered for boarding and alighting. The path from the bus stop to the abbey is level and wheelchair-accessible.
  • The route via the bus stop "Neuenhof-Klosterrüti" (RVBW line 2) is not suitable for guests with walking disabilities, because of steps.

SBB timetable (in German)
RVBW timetable (in German)

Access to the abbey

  • Guests in wheelchairs: Some of the exhibition rooms are not wheelchair accessible.
  • Blind and visually impaired: The exhibition is not suitable for the blind and visually impaired. There is no Braille labelling.
  • Hearing impaired: The exhibition does not have an induction-loop system.
  • People with intellectual disabilities: There are no labels in simple language.

Museum and exhibitions

  • The abbey park is only partially accessible to people with reduced mobility, because of steps. However, it is possible to drive via Kanzlerrainstrasse to the lower park entrance at the abbey's plant nursery. Please park your vehicle afterwards in one of the official parking spaces.
  • Most of the paths in the abbey park are gravelled.

Abbey park

A handicapped-accessible toilet is located at Klosterstrasse 20 (access badge can be obtained from the visitor centre).

Opening hours & entrance fees
Getting here
Dining & Drinking