Wildegg Castle

Bistro

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 Tel. 0848 871 200 Send a message ​​​​​​​ Organisation Museum Aargau Management Member Contact Dr. Ma

 
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

 
Egliswil Collection Centre

The Collection

The Museum Aargau Collection has been assembled from various holdings since 1830. It consists of bequests from Aargau's castles and monasteries, numerous donations, objects acquired from company archi

 
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

 
Egliswil Collection Centre

Contact

Sammlungszentrum Egliswil – Museum Aargau Binzenholzstrasse 10 5704 Egliswil Tel. 0848 871 200 Send a message Organisation Museum Aargau Management Member Contact Dr. Marco Sigg Director E-Mail Dr. An

 
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

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

Military hospital (Valetudinarium)

Switzerland's first ever military hospital was built 2,000 years ago at Vindonissa. The 60 sick rooms enabled the provision of medical care for up to 300 legionaries. At the camp hospital (valetudinar

 
Vindonissa Legionary Trail

Water main (Aquaeductus)

The aqueduct of Vindonissa now supplies a water fountain, making it the oldest structure in Switzerland that still performs its original function. Using innovative surveying technology, the legionarie