No, the visit of the event is free. There is no entrance fee. Only parking fees will be charged if you arrive by car (CHF 20.-) or motorcycle (CHF 10.-).
Since the site is very extensive and visitors want to see and visit everything in depth, several hours should be planned for this.
Yes. Various attractions are offered for children.
In principle, yes. It must be taken into account that increased noise emissions are to be expected, especially on Friday and Saturday during the demonstration of the Patrouille Suisse. Dogs are to be kept on a leash at all times.
Basically, good footwear and, depending on the weather, appropriate clothing is recommended.
The event area is mostly wheelchair accessible. Most exhibitions, for example, can be visited with a wheelchair.
Yes, the corresponding infrastructure is ready for this.
No, the barracks infrastructure is not available for a tour of this type.
No, there is a strict ban on driving within the exhibition grounds. For safety reasons, the vehicle-like equipment must be parked outside the exhibition grounds in the designated places.
Yes, there are parking spaces available in a small number. When arriving with a car (CHF 20.-) or motorcycle (CHF 10.-) parking fees will be charged.
It is therefore strongly recommended to arrive by public transport.
Extra buses will be available for transfer to the event site.
Yes, a small number of handicapped parking spaces are available.
Train compositions will be increased/extended at certain times. The regular bus service from Zurich Airport will run its regular service. Extra buses will be available from the Zurich Airport bus station for the CONNECTED visit.
Taking personal belongings
Yes, luggage may be carried. It must be expected that baggage checks will take place at the entrances.
If you lose something, you can target the information posts. Found items will be deposited there.
You can contact us at any time by e-mail at [email protected] or by phone at 058 485 54 75.