This ticket has the following variants that you can choose from:
Infants aged 5 and below go free. Guests with the Swiss Half Fare card or SBB G.A., and children aged 6-15 enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID).
This ticket has the following variants that you can choose from:
Infants aged 5 and below go free. Guests with the Swiss Half Fare card or SBB G.A. or Swiss Travel Pass, and children aged 6-15 enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID).
At 3454m above sea level, Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe is one of the most famous places to visit in Switzerland and hosts over a million people annually. It offers you scintillating views of majestic snow-capped mountains, a chance to indulge in winter activities, entrance to a sparkling ice palace, among other experiences. Read all about Jungfraujoch tickets and what you can do there in this exhaustive guide to Jungfrau.
The best way to buy your tickets to Jungfraujoch is to buy them online. This ensures you head to Jungfraujoch from the station of your choice. Enjoy a hassle-free experience of not having to stand in queues to get tickets. It also lets you avail of discounts offered by many third-party ticketing websites.
If you are looking for budget-friendly tickets, visit during Season 1 (September - May), when tickets are much cheaper.
Please note that seat reservation is currently only recommended on the weekends.
One of the highest observatories in the world the Sphinx is an open viewing deck where visitors can get views of the surrounding Jungfrau, Mönch, and Eiger summits. You can take an elevator directly from the Jungfraujoch railway station to the observation deck.
The Ice Palace is carved within the Aletsch Glacier and is the highest-altitude ice palace in the world. Visitors will be awestruck with the intricate detailing on each carving. You can expect to see animals such as bears, penguins, and eagles made out of ice.
The Alpine Sensation is a 250m long corridor connecting the Eispalast and Sphinx Observation Deck. It pays homage to the miners that connected the Jungfraujoch to the Jungfraujoch railway station with memorial tablets. Cross the chilly corridor and you will see a massive snow globe at the end.
This vantage platform gives you breathtaking views of the snowy mountains surrounding the Jungfraujoch. You can walk to the Swiss flag that flutters in the wind and take a picture as you take in the rugged terrain around you.
This hike is about 45 minutes from Jungfraujoch to the highest-altitude serviced hut in Switzerland. Head through the glaciers in the UNESCO World Natural Heritage Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch region. Once you reach the Mönchsjochhütte, enjoy a snack or drink.
The newest addition to Jungfraujoch, the Eiger Express tricable gondola takes you from Grindelwald to Eiger Glacier Station in under twenty minutes. Take in the Alpine beauty as you gaze down at the crystalline snow, lush greenery, and rocky mountains.
As soon as you enter, you will be subjected to a 4-minute 360-degree view of the Jungfrau. Watch the clouds pass by, the powdery snow lay on mountains, or follow the camera as it plunges into ice crevices in this viewing experience.
The Snow Fun Park offers visitors a chance to try their hand at winter activities and sports. Look forward to trying out ziplining, skiing, snowboarding, sledging, and more!
Visit the world's highest Swiss chocolate shop and learn about the history of Lindt. You can also learn about how the famous Lindt chocolate is made from a virtual Lindt Maître Chocolatier.
Jungfraujoch opening hours are 8 AM to 4:20 PM daily.
The last departure to the top will be up till 2:00 PM or 14:00hrs and the last departure from the top to the bottom will be until 4:20 PM or 16:20 hrs/.
This itinerary will be subject to change as per season and the timetable will be provided in order to cross-check upon booking.
Duration: Please note that you need a minimum of five hours to spend at Jungfraujoch, including your travel time.
The best way to get up to Jungfraujoch is via train.
From Interlaken, you can take the Bernese Oberland Railway to either:
The best time to visit Jungfraujoch is in Season 2 (June to August), as it is the best time to go hiking and trying out various activities. However, this is also the peak time as many visitors come down to take advantage of the good weather and experiences.
If you want a relatively crowd-free experience, you can visit in Season 1 — between September and May, but note that certain experiences like the Snow Fun Park may not be open.
Jungfraujoch offers a range of dining experiences, of which only one is currently open for takeaways— Aletsch self-service restaurant. The eatery serves up traditional Swiss dishes, snacks, Rugenbräu beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages.
The following dining options are currently closed:
The flagship Top of Europe store has an array of souvenirs for visitors to choose from, be it chocolates, Swiss knives, sunglasses, watches, or other gifts and memorabilia.
Jungfraujoch tickets are available both online and offline at the venue. It is highly advised you purchase them online, as it offers a safe and contactless experience. Additionally, it also lets you take advantage of the mini deals and discounts offered by third-party ticketing websites.
You can pick from one way tickets that take you to Jungfraujoch by either train or train and gondola, or return tickets that take you to Jungfraujoch via train or train and gondola.
Your Jungfraujoch tickets can be cancelled up to one hour before schedule for a full refund.
Your Jungfraujoch tickets are only valid for the date selected at checkout.
Jungfraujoch and Jungfraubahn are operational from 8 AM - 5:20 PM daily.
Children aged 6-15 can get discounted tickets. Those with a SBB GA or Swiss Travel Pass can also avail of discounted tickets to Jungfraujoch.
Yes, the venue is wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair users can either take the Wengernalp Railway or the Eiger Express tricable gondola from Grindelwald Terminal (via Eiger Glacier) to Jungfraujoch. Please note that advance notice must be given if a group has more than 3 people in wheelchairs.
No, as you cannot drive up to the venue. However, you will find parking spaces at Interlaken Ost, Wilderswil, Lauterbrunnen, and Grindelwald Terminal.
Kids will love the Snow Park and Sphinx Observation Deck.
Couples will enjoy the Ice Palace, Alpine Pass, and Sphinx Observation Deck. Sharing a hot meal at the Top of Europe also makes for a very romantic experience!
Families can avail of the Round-Trip Tickets To Jungfraujoch by Eiger Express & Jungfrau Railway, as it covers everything that they will enjoy! The tricable gondola, or access to the Ice Palace, Alpine Pass, and Sphinx Observation Deck will make for a remarkable experience, and the round-trip tickets will ensure you don't have to worry about your return!