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City Hall Zug
Gubelstrasse 22
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6301 Zug
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Monday to Friday

08.00 - 12.00 / 13.30 - 17.00

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Zurlaubenhof

This patrician residence, once home of the now extinct noble Zurlauben family, stands on the southern edge of the town. The three-storey manor house, built between 1597 and 1621 by Jost Knopfli, has wonderful baroque rooms and an imposing banqueting hall. St. Conrad’s Chapel dates from the year 1623. The property is private and not open to the public.
This patrician residence, once home of the now extinct noble Zurlauben family, stands on the southern edge of the town. The three-storey manor house, built between 1597 and 1621 by Jost Knopfli, has wonderful baroque rooms and an imposing banqueting hall. St. Conrad’s Chapel dates from the year 1623. The property is private and not open to the public.

Tip: On the afternoon of August 1 (Swiss National Day) the historic rooms are, exceptionally, open to view, in the company of an expert guide.

Address: Hofstrasse 9, 6300 Zug