Freiruum Zug

With a market hall, boulder area, parkour zone, trampoline park, and kids’ corner, the Freiruum is one of the largest concepts for temporary use in Switzerland.

The Freiruum in Zug is open every day of the week and delights a broad public with a wide range of activities on its huge site. While in the market hall there are the numerous food and market stalls for frill-free meals and snacks, sport enthusiasts can engage in all kinds of sporting disciplines.

Energetic visitors of all ages can jump and bounce in the 120 sq.m. (1,290 sq.ft) trampoline park, whether for fun or training. In the parkour zone, rather more skill is required to overcome walls, stairs, and railings. Directly next door is the largest boulder hall in Switzerland: in addition to a warm-up zone, it features never-ending climbing walls, grottos, a system wall, a campus board, and much more.

The Freiruum is an exciting experience for the youngest visitors, too. In the Spiilruum indoor playground, children aged from 2 to 7 years can let off steam on the large climbing tower, stack building blocks, or have fun in the ball pit.


Single admission CHF 8−18

Opening Hours

Open on These Days

  • Mo
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  • We
  • Th
  • Fr
  • Sa
  • Su

Sports area:

Monday − Friday, 11.30am – 10pm
Saturday, 10am – 7pm
Sunday, 10am − 7pm

Pleasure area:

Monday − Wednesday, 11.30am – 10pm
Thursday to Saturday, 11.30am – 10pm
Sunday, 11.30am – 8pm


Distance Travel time
Zürich Main Station 22.4 km 31 min
Zürich Airport 30.8 km 48 min