"Since 1990 in the Baroque "Hof im Dorf"". Five to six exhibitions annually. 20th century and contemporary art. The collection is presented thematically and temporarily. Swiss surrealist and fantastic art, as well as art from Zug and Central Switzerland are the focus. Since 1996, the collection has been enhanced by the works of such international artists as Tadashi Kawamata, Richard Tuttle, Pavel Pepperstein and Olafur Eliasson. The garden contains sculptures by the Austrian Fritz Wotruba, who lived in Zug during World War II. The Kamm family from Zug befriended him and as a result started collecting Viennese Modern Art (Klimt, Kokoschka, Schiele and many others). This unique collection was gifted to the Kunsthaus in 1998.