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Aargauer Weg
Aargauer Weg
Stage 3, Aarau–Brugg
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Aargauer Weg
Aargauer Weg
Stage 4, Brugg–Mellingen
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Jura Crest Trail
Jura Crest Trail
Stage 1, Dielsdorf–Brugg
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Jura Crest Trail
Jura Crest Trail
Stage 2, Brugg–Staffelegg
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Aargauer Weinweg
Aargauer Weinweg
Route 507, Brugg–Villigen
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Mittelland Route
Mittelland Route
Stage 3, Kloten–Aarau
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Seetal–Bözberg
Seetal–Bözberg
Stage 2, Lenzburg–Stein AG
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Rigi–Reuss–Klettgau
Rigi–Reuss–Klettgau
Stage 3, Brugg–Bad Zurzach
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Rigi–Reuss–Klettgau
Rigi–Reuss–Klettgau
Stage 2, Rotkreuz–Brugg
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Aare Route
Aare Route
Stage 7, Aarau–Koblenz
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Brugg
Vindonissa Museum

Vindonissa Museum

In the Vindonissa Museum in Brugg marvel at the exquisite finds from the only legionnaire's camp in Switzerland and by eavesdropping on stories and playing Roman games, experience how the people lived in Vindonissa.
The Vindonissa Museum was opened in 1912 and soon became an international model for Roman museums. The permanent exhibition offers visitors the opportunity to explore the key finds and knowledge gained from more than 100 years of excavations. Listen to the stories from the era of the Romans, marvel at the archaeological findings or try on the legionnaires' equipment yourself.

In addition to exploring on your own the Vindonissa Museum also offers numerous guided tours focusing on various themes. Gain an insight into the Roman intelligence services, learn how the conquest strategies of that time differ from those today, or find out how the supplies to the 6000 legionnaires were secured.

Brugg offers the opportunity for young and old to follow in the tracks of the Romans and learn about various aspects of their day-to-day lives.
In the Vindonissa Museum in Brugg marvel at the exquisite finds from the only legionnaire's camp in Switzerland and by eavesdropping on stories and playing Roman games, experience how the people lived in Vindonissa.
The Vindonissa Museum was opened in 1912 and soon became an international model for Roman museums. The permanent exhibition offers visitors the opportunity to explore the key finds and knowledge gained from more than 100 years of excavations. Listen to the stories from the era of the Romans, marvel at the archaeological findings or try on the legionnaires' equipment yourself.

In addition to exploring on your own the Vindonissa Museum also offers numerous guided tours focusing on various themes. Gain an insight into the Roman intelligence services, learn how the conquest strategies of that time differ from those today, or find out how the supplies to the 6000 legionnaires were secured.

Brugg offers the opportunity for young and old to follow in the tracks of the Romans and learn about various aspects of their day-to-day lives.

Vindonissa Museum

Adresse

Aargau Tourismus AG
Laurstrasse 10
5200 Brugg
Tel. +41 (0)62 823 00 73
info@aargautourismus.ch
www.aargautourismus.ch

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Bar Restaurant Hotel Gotthard
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Brugg AG
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Hotel Terminus
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Brugg
Jugendherberge Brugg
Jugendherberge Brugg
Brugg AG
Marco Polo Business Apartments Brugg
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Hiking in the surroundings

Aargauer Weg
Aargauer Weg
Stage 3, Aarau–Brugg
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Aargauer Weg
Aargauer Weg
Stage 4, Brugg–Mellingen
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Jura Crest Trail
Jura Crest Trail
Stage 1, Dielsdorf–Brugg
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Jura Crest Trail
Jura Crest Trail
Stage 2, Brugg–Staffelegg
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Aargauer Weinweg
Aargauer Weinweg
Route 507, Brugg–Villigen
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Cycling in the surroundings

Mittelland Route
Mittelland Route
Stage 3, Kloten–Aarau
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Seetal–Bözberg
Seetal–Bözberg
Stage 2, Lenzburg–Stein AG
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Rigi–Reuss–Klettgau
Rigi–Reuss–Klettgau
Stage 3, Brugg–Bad Zurzach
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Rigi–Reuss–Klettgau
Rigi–Reuss–Klettgau
Stage 2, Rotkreuz–Brugg
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Aare Route
Aare Route
Stage 7, Aarau–Koblenz
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