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Railway Station, Zug

Since November 28, 2003, the railway station in Zug has become the gateway to the town - and a meeting place flooded with light. As darkness falls, the lighting installation created by the artist James Turrell transforms the imposing station building into a floating luminous entity. And this is achieved purely with the three colours: red, blue and green, plus the various nuances that result from the flowing movement of colour.
Since November 28, 2003, the railway station in Zug has become the gateway to the town - and a meeting place flooded with light. As darkness falls, the lighting installation created by the artist James Turrell transforms the imposing station building into a floating luminous entity. And this is achieved purely with the three colours: red, blue and green, plus the various nuances that result from the flowing movement of colour.

This artistry in light at Zug’s railway station can be seen every day from dusk until 11 p.m. During the cold months of the year, when temperatures are below freezing, the display may be somewhat restricted.

Guided tours of the station:
If you would like to know more about Zug’s railway station, a guided tour can be arranged, on application to Zug Tourism. The tour lasts approximately one hour.

Tel. +41 (0)41 723 68 00
E-Mail: tourism@zug.ch
Homepage: www.bahnhofzug.ch