Wildegg Castle

Guided tours for groups

Wildegg Castle offers guided tours and workshops for groups. These can also be booked in English on request. Discover Wildegg Castle as a group. During the tour you will get to know the former residen

 
Vindonissa Legionary Trail

Tours for schools

The Vindonissa Legionary Trail offers guided tours, play tours and overnight stays in Roman-style accommodation for schools and kindergartens. Some of the offers can be booked in English on request. I

 
Hallwyl Castle

Guided tours for groups

Hallwyl Castle offers guided tours and workshops for groups. These can also be booked in English on request. Experience Hallwyl Castle in a group. Museum Aargau offers numerous guided tours and worksh

 
Wildegg Castle

Tours for schools

Wildegg Castle offers guided tours and workshops for schools. These can also be booked in English on request. Agile birds of prey, healing herbal ointments and talkative castle maids: Wildegg Castle i

 
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

 
Lenzburg Castle

Guided tours for groups

Lenzburg Castle offers guided tours and workshops for groups. These can also be booked in English on request. Experience Lenzburg Castle in a group. Museum Aargau offers numerous guided tours and work

 
Lenzburg Castle

Header Logo

 
Königsfelden Abbey

Tours for schools

Königsfelden Abbey offers guided tours and workshops for schools. These can also be booked in English on request. Experience Königsfelden Abbey as a school class. Museum Aargau offers numerous guided

 
Habsburg Castle

Guided tours for groups

Habsburg Castle offers guided tours and special offers for groups. These can also be booked in English on request. Experience Habsburg Castle in a group. Museum Aargau offers numerous guided tours and

 
Vindonissa Legionary Trail

Accessibility

Getting here Arriving by car For those arriving by car, disabled parking spaces are available on the premises of Königsfelden Psychiatric Services. These are only a few hundred metres away from the Le

Gradian
Luftaufnahme Kloster Wettingen mit Klosterpark im Vordergrund

Getting here

Getting here by train, bus and car

Getting here by train, bus and car

Wettingen Abbey can be reached by train and bus, by car and on foot. Parking spaces are available at Wettingen train station.

How to find Wettingen Abbey

Address

Museum Aargau
Klosterhalbinsel Wettingen (Wettingen Abbey)
Klosterstrasse 10
5430 Wettingen
Tel. 0848 871 200
Contact

 

Getting here by public transport and car

Wettingen Abbey is well served by public transport. For larger events in particular, we recommend travelling by train and bus.

Train and bus connections

  • SBB direct trains run from Zurich main station, Olten, Aarau and Baden to Wettingen.
  • From Wettingen station you can reach the abbey on foot in 5 minutes. The signposted path runs through the station underpass towards the south-west / Limmat river.
  • RVBW bus line 4 (Baden–Spreitenbach) runs every quarter of an hour via Wettingen Abbey (bus stop "Wettingen, Kloster").
  • RVBW bus lines 8 (Wettingen–Neuenhof) and 12 (Dättwil Kantonsspital–Wettingen Tägi) also run via Wettingen Abbey.
  • Alternatively, you can reach the abbey via the RVBW stop Neuenhof-Klosterrüti (line 2).
  • Please also note our information for people with disabilities.

To the SBB timetable
To the RVBW timetable (Regionale Verkehrsbetriebe Baden-Wettingen; in German)

Wettingen Abbey is located right next to motorway exit 55 at Neuenhof (A1 Bern–Zurich). Follow the signs to "Kloster".

Calculate route with Google Maps

Parking

The Park+Ride facility (fee payable) at Wettingen train station offers sufficient parking spaces. From here you can reach Wettingen Abbey on foot in 5 minutes. Please also note our information for people with disabilities.

Parking spaces are available for cars at the Wettingen hydroelectric power plant. The access road is signposted. The walk to the abbey takes about 10 minutes. Alternatively, coaches can drop off and pick up passengers above the abbey. Direct access to the abbey is not possible (entry not permitted for buses due to lack of turning facilities).

Opening hours & entrance fees
Dining & Drinking
Accessibility