Vindonissa Museum

Guided tours for groups

A day trip to the Vindonissa Museum is packed with highlights for groups: start an interactive adventure tour as an archaeologist, book a guided tour or discover the exhibitions on your own. All offer

 
Vindonissa Museum

Tours for schools

At the Vindonissa Museum in Brugg, pupils can experience Roman history at first hand. The guided tours and other offers can be booked in English on request Turn archaeologist, discover small treasures

 
Vindonissa Museum

Roman adventures for families

The Vindonissa Museum offers great attractions for children: discover Roman history, turn archaeologist and solve tricky puzzles! The Vindonissa Museum in Brugg is an exciting destination for families

 
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Contact

Address Kloster Königsfelden – Museum Aargau 5210 Windisch Tel. 0848 871 200 Contact Organisation Museum Aargau Management Member Contact Dr. Marco Sigg Director E-Mail Dr. Angela Dettling Deputy Dire

 
Wildegg Castle

Contact

Address Schloss Wildegg – Museum Aargau Effingerweg 5 5103 Wildegg Tel. 0848 871 200 Contact Organisation Museum Aargau Management Member Contact Dr. Marco Sigg Director E-Mail Dr. Angela Dettling Dep

 
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Vindonissa Legionary Trail

Guided tours for groups

An excursion to the Vindonissa Legionary Trail is packed with highlights for groups. Some of the offers can be booked in English on request. Swap your jeans for a Roman tunic and follow the legionarie

 
Lenzburg Castle

Excursions for families and children

Lenzburg Castle offers excursions for children and families. Visit the castle dragon Fauchi and discover the castle as a knight or princess! Lenzburg Castle is an exciting destination for families whe

 
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

 
Lenzburg Castle

Tours for schools

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

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Luftaufnahme vom Schloss Wildegg

Getting here

Getting here by bus, train and car

You can reach Wildegg Castle by car and public transport. Parking spaces are available below the castle.

Directions to Wildegg Castle

Address

Schloss Wildegg – Museum Aargau
Effingerweg 5
5103 Wildegg
Tel. 0848 871 200
Contact

 

Arrival by public transport and car

Wildegg Castle is easily accessible by public transport. For larger events especially, we recommend travelling by train and bus.

  • From Wildegg railway station you can reach the castle on foot in about 20 minutes. The signposted path leads through the village and finally along the vineyard up to the castle. There are also several bus lines to the castle. The nearest bus stop is "Möriken AG, Schloss Wildegg". The easy walk from the bus stop up to the castle takes about 10 minutes.
  • From Zurich there are express trains to Lenzburg. There, bus lines 380 (weekdays) and 381 (monday – sunday) towards Wildegg will take you to the "Möriken AG, Schloss Wildegg" stop.
  • Regional trains run from Brugg and Aarau to Wildegg. From there, bus lines 380 (weekdays) and 381 (monday – sunday) towards Lenzburg go to the "Möriken AG, Schloss Wildegg" stop.

To the SBB timetable

Wildegg Castle is only a few minutes away from the A1 and A3 motorways: free parking is available below the castle at the organic farm (with parking fee for special events).

There is an official car park for disabled visitors. Direct access to the castle is possible for persons with reduced mobility. However, we kindly ask you to park your vehicle in the general car park afterwards. The walk from the car park to the castle takes about 5 minutes.

  • From Zurich: A1 motorway, Mägenwil exit
  • From Bern: A1 motorway, Aarau-Ost exit
  • From Basel: A3 motorway, Brugg/Windisch exit (direction Brunegg)

Calculate route with Google Maps

Parking

Parking spaces are available below the castle at the organic farm. There is an official parking lot for disabled people.

Direct access to the castle is possible for persons with reduced mobility. However, we kindly ask you to park your vehicle in the general car park afterwards.

The walk from the car park to the castle takes about 5 minutes.

Parking spaces are available for coaches and other larger vehicles.

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