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Zugerberg Finanz is sponsoring the Zugerberg Finanz Trophy again this year. Pre-training has already begun. Please see the Zugerberg Finanz Trophy website for details.
The city of Zug is resuming its series of tours guided by artist and art mediator Karen Geyer The 90-minute walks present a selection of art works in the public spaces of the city of Zug.by famous and local artists. The route is always different depending on the theme. Discover the world of art in public spaces – in places that you may never have really noticed before. The tours start from the fountain in front of the Zug main train station and take place in all weather conditions.
The guided tours are in English and free of charge. Please see the Zug4You website for a description in English. Complete details (in German) as well as the dates of additional tours in German are on the website of the City of Zug.
The anti-aircraft battery "Bloodhound" in Menzingen will be open to the public from 14:00 - 16:30 on six Saturdays in 2023. Please see the Zug Tourism website for details.
The traditional Chriesisturm (literally "Cherry Storm") takes place again in the old town of Zug on Monday, June 26th. In additional to the traditional "storm" (races commemorating the old contests to be the first to harvest the ripe cherries), the event features a market, food, drink and musical entertainment. The market is scheduled to open at 14:00. Further information can be found at zugerchriesi.ch.
On Saturday, September 9th, the Zug Depot for Technical History (ZDT) in Neuheim opens its doors to the public in connection with European Heritage Days. Admission is free of charge. Food and drink will be available. Please see the ZDT website for details (in German).