9 Sights in Baden, Switzerland (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Baden, Switzerland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 9 sights are available in Baden, Switzerland.

Sightseeing Tours in Baden

1. Kurtheater

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The Kurtheater Baden is a guest theatre in Baden, Switzerland. It is the largest theatre in the canton of Aargau and the only so-called full stage. As the owner of the Kurtheater, the Theatre Foundation of the Baden-Wettingen Region is responsible for its operation, maintenance and administration. The Board of Trustees is the highest body, and the management is responsible for its operations. For the 2008/09 season, the Kurtheater was the only guest theatre in the German-speaking world to receive a nomination as "Theatre of the Year" in the critics' poll of the renowned trade magazine Theater heute.

Wikipedia: Kurtheater Baden (DE), Website, Facebook

2. Landvogteischloss

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Landvogtei Castle (Landvogteischloss) is a small castle in the city of Baden in the Swiss canton of Aargau. It is located on the right bank of the Limmat River opposite the old town and once guarded the narrows between the Schlossberg to the west and the Lägern to the east. Until 1798 it was the residence of the bailiff of the county of Baden. Today it houses the Baden Historical Museum and the archives of the city of Baden.

Wikipedia: Landvogtei Castle of Baden (EN)

3. Historisches Museum Baden

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The Historical Museum of Baden is a history museum in the Swiss city of Baden in the canton of Aargau. It houses relics from the over 2000-year history of the city and region and is housed in the Landvogteischloss and its extension. The extension was built in 1992/1993 according to plans by Wilfrid and Katharina Steib and is popularly referred to as "melon carving" due to its curved form.

Wikipedia: Historisches Museum Baden (DE), Website

4. Grand Casino Baden

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The Kursaal is a listed building in Baden, Switzerland. It is considered one of the social centres of the spa town and is located in the spa park between the railway station and the spa district, near the spa theatre. The building was built in 1875 according to plans by the architect Robert Moser. Since 2002, the Kursaal has been used by the Grand Casino Baden.

Wikipedia: Kursaal (Baden) (DE), Website

5. Stadtturm

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The Tower is a gate tower in the old town of Baden in Switzerland. It was built in the middle of the 15th century and served as a northern gate. In addition to the Landvogteischloss, it is the only fully preserved part of the medieval fortress. With its distinctive appearance, the 56.45 metre high tower is a landmark of the city.

Wikipedia: Stadtturm (Baden) (DE)

6. St.-Anna-Kapelle

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The St. Anna chapel is a Catholic chapel in Baden in Switzerland. It is located east of the city center between the Landvogteischloss and the cantonal school, not far from the border with the municipality of Wettingen. She once served as the church of the neighboring Siechenhaus.

Wikipedia: St.-Anna-Kapelle (Baden) (DE)

7. Schweizer Kindermuseum

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Schweizer Kindermuseum Daniel Kaysel / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Swiss Children's Museum in Baden, Canton of Aargau, addresses childhood, the world of the child and its changes through the past centuries to the present. It is founded at an extensive study collection including a specialist library at 300 years of children's culture.

Wikipedia: Schweizer Kindermuseum (DE), Website, Facebook

8. Kapelle Maria Wil

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The Maria Wil Chapel is a pilgrimage chapel in Baden, Switzerland. It is located northwest of the city centre in the Kappelerhof district, on the main road to Brugg. The part of the name Wil goes back to the former place name Oberwil.

Wikipedia: Kapelle Maria Wil (DE)

9. Museum Langmatt

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Museum Langmatt is an art museum located in Baden in the canton of Aargau in Switzerland. It is housed in a turn-of-the-century factory owner's villa and is known for its extensive collection of French Impressionist paintings.

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