What to do and see in Bad Zurzach, Switzerland: The Best Places and Tips

July 24, 2017 Renato Branum

Bad Zurzach in Switzerland, from Europe region, is best know for Spas. Discover best things to do in Bad Zurzach with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Bad Zurzach

1. Thermalbad

Dr. Martin Erb Strasse 11, Bad Zurzach 5330, Switzerland +41 56 265 28 28
Excellent
39%
Good
36%
Satisfactory
13%
Poor
8%
Terrible
4%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 120 reviews

Thermalbad

Reviewed By kohokid - Boca Raton, Florida

Bonjour
Friendly staff
Help in English
Overpriced for mobility reduced
My family could not go to hot bathas no ramp!
Nor the sea baths as the steps have enough room to make a ramp!!
No English nor French and signs???
Also week closes late et NOT A lot of people.
Weekends early to 1830!!,LOTS OF PEOPLE.
Lots of lost in the translation.
No answer from management

2. Burg Kussaberg

Schlossbergstrasse, Kuessaberg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Excellent
50%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 18 reviews

Burg Kussaberg

Reviewed By Matthias W - Geneva, Switzerland

Kuessaburg is one of the biggest ruins in this region (besides Hohentwiel in Singen and Roetteln Castle close to Basel). From the remains of the Keep you have a nice view over the Wutach and Rhine valley and the beginning of the black forrest. Else you can also walk around the inner wall. It is very interesting for little kids since you can climb also down to deep dungeons and kennels. The parking is close to a nice restaurant in a former farm. At the foot of the mountain you can find an old roman road. A hiking round trip takes about 4-5 hours, it is pretty nice through forrests and suitable for families.

3. Aargauisch Kantonales Weinbau-Museum

Oberfeld 9, Tegerfelden 5306, Switzerland
Excellent
100%
Good
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5 based on 1 reviews

Aargauisch Kantonales Weinbau-Museum

Reviewed By jeanlefou2015 - Canton of Aargau, Switzerland

Bei dem Event zur Saison-Eröffnung 2016 vom Sonntag, 3. April kam ich mit dem Motto "Käse & Wein" vollumfänglich auf meine Kosten. Zu 10 verschiedenen Käsen aus Rohmilch wurden 3 passende Weine (1 Weisser, 1 Roter und 1 Dessertwein) serviert. Dies alles mit einer umfassenden, kompetenten Information über die Herstellung der Produkte und die unterschiedlichen Geschmacksnoten sowohl bei den Käsen wie auch bei den Weinen. Die lockere Atmosphäre trug ausserdem zu meinem 100%igen Wohlbefinden bei.
Das Museum ist stets einen Besuch wert und vor allem die Events sollte man sich nicht entgehen lassen.

Seltenbachweg 2, 79761 Waldshut-Tiengen, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany +49 7751 3063088
Excellent
37%
Good
63%
Satisfactory
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Poor
0%
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 8 reviews

Stellwerk

Reviewed By Winitouch - Basel

Das Stellwerk ist ein stilvolles Café in einzigartiger Lage am Bahngleis in Waldshut - Tiengen. Es ist auch eine Loungebar und moderne Event Location mit zeltüberdachtem Outdoorbereich und Outdoor-Bühne.
Leider ist es etwas schwer zu finden, wenn man den Weg nicht kennt. Die Strassenadresse ist ein Fussweg, direkt am Gleis. Man kann in einer Seitenstrasse hinter dem Kreisverkehr Robert-Gerwig/ Brückenstrasse beim "Subway" parken und rechts an den Gleisen den Seltenbachweg hochgehen. Oder beim "Kaufring" parken, zu Fuss die Friedrichstrasse überqueren, und an der Bildungakademie in den Seltenbachweg gehen. Am Ende des Weges an einem Einfamilienhaus links an den Bahngleisen entlang gehen, und man sieht das Stellwerk.
Neben zahlreichen kuturellen Veranstaltungen und Salsa- Abenden findet im Stellwerk auch immer am ersten Sonntag des Monats ein 50plus Senioren Treff zum Brunch statt.
Das Stellwerk bietet trendige Drinks und eine preiswerte und schmackhafte kleine Küche.
Es ist jedoch verwunderlich, das es als Café Nachmittags von 14:00 bis 18:00 geschlossen ist. Zu diesen Zeiten muss geht man besser in die netten Lokale der Innenstadt.

5. Psi Forum Visitor Centre

Villigen Psi, Villigen 5232, Switzerland +41 56 310 21 00
Excellent
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4.5 based on 4 reviews

Psi Forum Visitor Centre

Reviewed By lilliputz - Zurich, Switzerland

This museum is part of the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), a large scientific and technological research institute. The PSI includes many departments that cover practically every branch of modern science and technology, from health to energy to materials, nuclear safety, magnetism, biology, physics, chemistry and fundamental science, and includes multiple large scale research facility, between them a synchrotron, a neutron source and - in 1 or 2 years - a free electron laser. This exhibition shows - often by interactive models and machines - some of the science going on here, together with some basic science (the nature of energy, the law of fall in vacuum, a live cosmic ray counter!) It is excellent didactically, there's something for kids and grown-up too. In a small theatre it is possible to watch several 3-D movies about frontier science, that I can warmly recommend. What is more interesting - on the web page one can book, as a small group or as an individual, a guided tour of the research facilities themselves, giving a rare possibility to see scientists at work and being told what is going on. And everything is completely free. A restaurant and cafeteria are very close by.

6. Ebianum Baggermuseum & Events

Mueliwisstrasse 139, Fisibach 5467, Switzerland +41 44 858 27 77
Excellent
89%
Good
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5 based on 9 reviews

Ebianum Baggermuseum & Events

Reviewed By Nadia L

Un museo bello e interessante anche per chi, come me, di packer e costruzioni non si è mai interessato. Impressionante il numero di modellini esposti, Ma anche la storia di famiglia, una storia di successi "sudati"!

7. Stein Castle

Schlossbergweg, Baden 5400, Switzerland
Excellent
46%
Good
45%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
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Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 60 reviews

Stein Castle

Reviewed By Robin R

So it's a climb of noteworthy stairs/steps and elevation...but we felt it was worth it just to quietly sit and watch the sunset.
Trust me...we weren't alone...several other couples were enjoying the view as well:)
We were proud to have made it to the top...we walked all the way from the our hotel by the river thru town then to top of Stein Castle. It's a great memory.

8. Swiss Military Museum Full

Industriestrasse 170 | Full-Reuenthal, Bad Zurzach 5324, Switzerland +41 62 772 36 06
Excellent
64%
Good
31%
Satisfactory
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Poor
5%
Terrible
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 19 reviews

Swiss Military Museum Full

Reviewed By mikatu - Basel, Switzerland

This museum is great. You find all kind of stuff from guns to heavy tanks.
It is not a military history museum therefore you won't learn about the history of the battles. You will see instead the evolution of the weapons and the vehicles.
The museum is not very easy to find but worth a lot.

9. Elefanten Pub

Schattengasse 35, Klingnau 5313, Switzerland
Excellent
34%
Good
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Satisfactory
33%
Poor
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3 based on 3 reviews

Pub mit Konzerten

Reviewed By Natluvskay - Baden, Switzerland

Das Elefanten Pub bietet immer wieder interessante Unterhaltungs Abende. Live Konzerte wie DJ's wechseln sich ab. Die Bar ist nicht gerade riesig, ist aber gemütlich auch wenn es voll ist. Die Bedienung ist nett und zuvorkommend. Eintritt wie auch die Preise sind auch angemessen. Das Pub bietet auch Privat Anlässe, man kann die Räumlichkeiten auch mieten. Billiard, Tischfussball und Darts kann auch gespielt werden.

10. Berolino

Lauchringer Str. 26, 79787 Lauchringen, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany +49 7741 9657403
Excellent
25%
Good
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Satisfactory
25%
Poor
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Overall Ratings

2.5 based on 4 reviews

Berolino

Reviewed By Andreas_CH2014 - Oftringen, Switzerland

Die Eintrittspreise sind ein wenig teurer, dafür ist das Essen günstiger.
Leider sind mitgebrachte Speisen verboten.
Genügend Auswahl an Spielgeräte die auch die Erwachsene zum mitspielen einlädt.
Toll ist der Seilpark, der aber leider nicht ständig zu benutzen war.
Leider bei kalter Witterung sehr kalt, da nutzen die 2 Heizstrahler nicht viel.
Ansonsten ein gelungener Spielemittag

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