Aldi store hours are from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sundays. Aldi is not a 24-hour grocery store and is not open overnight.
Aldi was started by Anna Albrecht 1914 from a small store in Essen, Germany. By 1948, Albrecht's sons had taken over the business and expanded it to four locations. Aldi's original name was Albrecht Discount, but was shortened to Aldi in 1962. In 1976, Aldi made its American debut in southeastern Iowa. Since then, Aldi has expanded to Great Britain, Ireland, Australia, Slovenia, Hungry and across the United States.
To find out information about an Aldi location outside the United States, go to Aldi.com and select the country. Click Find a Store in the top menu bar or look for that option under the Information tab. Input an address, and a list of stores and store hours is generated.