Bloodhound installation

Special museum

Established during the Cold War in the 1960s, it is the only one of six British Bloodhound Mark II guided missile emplacements on standby in the Swiss Mittelland until 1999 that is still preserved.


On exhibition: target illumination radar, guided missile launcher with loaded guided missiles, command bunker with deployment site, power supply with diesel generators, guided missile magazines, cutaway guided missile, deployment simulator. This is the only anti-aircraft guided missile emplacement of this type in the world that still exists and can be visited.

Expert guided tours for groups from April to November; duration: 2 - 3 hours; registration via Zug Tourismus.