In 1860 Dr. Peter Hegglin of Baar opened a spa hotel in the hills above the Lake of Zug. The name "Bad Schönbrun" takes it's inspiration from the over twenty springs that stream from the surrounding mountains.
The Lassalle-Haus, is an educational center which was founded by the Swiss Jesuits.Situated in the rolling hills above the small but thriving town of Zug,
the center offers a wide variety of courses, retreats and events aiming
not only to direct us to our inner source and thereby strengthen our
self-knowledge, but also sharpen our mind and raise our awareness for
the major issues of our time. If you are searching for Zen meditation, yoga, Ignatian exercises or Christian contemplation or other courses the Lassalle House offers a very diverse program.
The Longest Journey is the Journey Inwards
(Dag Hammarskjöld, 1953-1961 UN Secretary-General)
The house is also a conference hotel and a meeting center, offering companies and organisations an ideal environment for meetings, conferences and seminars.The building, a masterpiece by the Swiss architect André Studer, is conceived according to the principles of "harmonic architecture", in which all proportions equal musical intervals and is said to have its own characteristic sound. The well-known landscape gardener Josef Seleger combined the building and the park into a harmonious whole.
Openess and silence, outstanding architecture and relaxing nature, spiritual impulses and culinary delights: this is what awaits guests at the Lassalle-Haus – a fascinating center for those looking to contribute a new perspective to business and society. If you are interested in learning more please see our program for 2020.
Friends of Lassalle House
Lassalle House believe in the strength of contemplation. In silence we can recognize the voice of God. They stand for spirituality, dialogue, and responsibility. If you would like to join the Friends of Lassalle House, your donation will go toward supporting their vision of a peaceful world with justice for all.