There are many reasons to travel to Zug in Central Switzerland. One of them is the Kunsthaus Zug, home to works of Swiss Surrealism and Fantastic Realism – and, above all, the most comprehensive collection of Viennese Modernism in Europe outside of Austria. Housed within an impressive building dating from the 16th century, with modern enlargement on the picturesque outskirts of the old town of Zug, Kunsthaus Zug is an important address for lovers of contemporary art. Works of Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele can be found as well as works by contemporary artists Kawamata, Tuttle, Signer and Kabakov, which connect the museum’s immediate surroundings to the exhibition space by means of notable installations of art.