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Thoroughly enjoyed an afternoon here. Great for kids to learn history. The castle history is focused on the Habsburg era and local nobility. They had video screens with actors depicting the people who lived there. Very well done.
Nice situated castle with sourrounding garden.Multiple castle rooms for sightseeing, separate place for children to play (including billard;).Next to the castle area there is a playground and barbeque spot.
Great castle with two rose gardens. One of the gardens is huge and you also learn about castle life there in the vegetable storing cellar. The castle itself is extremely interactive and informative. The exhibits are very unique. You don't need german here to have...More
A fool who only walks through this castle: some of the most stunning attractions are in the gardens and the area around it!
Once property to the family who introduced the carrot in the region, Wildegg Castle is absolutely worth a visit. It is one...More
We had beautiful weather. And early spring seems to be the best time to go. Will definitely go back and see what does it look like in other seasons. But spring blossoms and flowers made it look really special. We didn't go inside the castle....More
I had only one more day in Switzerland and I had to choose between the different castles in Aargau. I'm so glad I chose Wildegg! Lenzburg castle has more visitors, but from what I could gather, the visit is more targeted for kids. Wildegg has...More
It was difficult to get there because we don't have a car and had to walk UPHILL from the train station. But it was totally worth it because the views are stunning and the castle itself was a worthwhile destination. The admission was also free...More
Built in the early 13th century on a hilly outcrop, this ancient structure is beautifully maintained and furnished to the hilt with antique furniture from the elapsed centuries. Within the castle, everything is freely accessible, only very few rooms are partially roped off. Take your...More
Beautiful gardens, lovely small courtyard cafe, farm shop with animals grazing outside, and very interesting castle rooms make for a great day out. Mostly locals and some individual tourists, but none of the large bus groups that overpower some other Swiss destinations.