Wildegg Castle

The Castle was founded by the Habsburgers in the thirteenth century.  Between 1483 and 1912 the castle was the seat oft he Effinger dynasty. The castle was opened to the public as a branch of the Swiss National Museum in 1917. The museum shows the medieval, baroque and modern history of the castle, the family … Read more » “Wildegg Castle”

Military Museum Wildegg

The museum is dedicated to Swiss military material from the time of the Second World War until the year 2000.  

Birthplace Huldrych Zwingli

In memory of the reformer Huldrych Zwingli (1484-1531) his birthplace was transformed into a memorial.

Legionary Trail

The Legionary Trail is a Museum Aargau institution. It shows the way how the about 6 000 legionaries at Vindonissa once prepared for battle. The excavation sites provide the setting, including  the ruins of the Roman thermal baths and the only fully functional Roman water system north of the Alps.