Online cultural resources
See below for a variety of online cultural resources provided by the City of Luxembourg and the LCTO.
Every weekend, the municipal theatres invite you to watch their recent productions from the comfort of your own home. A YouTube channel has been set up for the THEATER DOHEEM programme.
You can also take a tour of the "Muerbelsmillen", the former mustard factory in Pfaffenthal which has been turned into a visitor centre.
Go to the website of Villa Vauban – Musée d’Art de la Ville de Luxembourg to view some impressive works of art from the collection and take a tour of the temporary exhibition "Variations: A museum for everyone".
The team of both municipal museums has also created an new app for the Villa Vauban (shoutr.Boxx - Villa Vauban), which you can download from the Google Play Store or the App Store.
You can also take a virtual tour of the Muerbelsmillen. While designed to appeal to the general public, younger visitors in particular will be interested in the topics of the milling industry, food, arts and crafts, and hydropower. Alternatively, take a look at the Cercle Cité's online project called Design Decameron: 10 professional Luxembourg designers have created an artwork offering an intimate view of the world during this difficult time.
Every Sunday, the Municipal Archives will publish a topical document on its Facebook page.
The Cité Bibliothèque will regularly publish book recommendations on its Facebook and Instagram pages as well as on www.bimu.lu and www.tuffi.lu (for children). These books can be downloaded as e-books from www.a-z.lu. It will also will let you know about other interesting book and reading activities suggested by other libraries, as well as children's books from the National Literature Centre (Centre national de litérature – CNL) on YouTube.
Not only that, the Cité Bibliothèque's mascot – Tuffi – will give parents ideas for fun activities to do with their children via www.tuffi.lu.
Since the Photothèque's online presence is limited to Facebook and Instagram, these social network platforms are used in a participatory and interactive way.
In light of the current situation, the Photothèque is asking for people to send photographs depicting everyday life during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since exceptional times call for exceptional measures, LuxFilmFest, Film Fund Luxembourg, d’Filmakademie and VOD.lu have teamed up to bring you the LUXFILMFEST HOME EDITION, now available on VOD.lu. This is an exclusive collection of films that you can watch from the comfort of your living room at special prices.
You can watch (or even watch again!) for free most of the short films shown during Panorama – Shorts Made in/with Luxembourg as part of the festival's 10 edition.
- Abigail by Nicolas Debray
- Absence by Florian Beros
- Faleminderit by Nicolas Neuhold
- Glow by Fred Neuen & Mik Muhlen
- Halligalli by Govinda van Maele
- If We Smarten Up by Larisa Faber
- Lupus by Laurent Prim
- Westwand by Philip Krieps
You can also watch (or even watch again!) a range of Luxembourgish (co)productions chosen for Made in/with Luxembourg as part of the festival's 10 edition.
- Dreamland by Bruce McDonald
- Jumbo by Zoé Wittock
- Norie by Yuki Kawamura
- Raconte-moi le fleuve by Julie Schroell
- Tune into the Future by Eric Schockmel
The full list can be found on VOD.lu and will be updated regularly.
Luxembourg City Tourist Office
The Luxembourg City Tourist Office invites future visitors to embark on a virtual tour of the capital.
View the 18 different 360° images of the city's main public places and moments, and find inspiration for your next holiday on the LCTO's YouTube channel. You can also get an overview of the sights and places of interest in the fortress city.
Culture for children
National Culture Fund
Check out the list of live performances that you can watch at home: