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Exhibition presenting special needs associations

The various associations active in the field of specials needs will present their projects and objectives to the public. Learn about the great diversity of these associations, their activities and the services they offer all year round.

Free entry!

Information

Official opening

25 April 2022 from 18:00 to 20:00.

Dates

25 April 2022 to 19 May 2022.

Opening times

Monday to Friday from 10:00 to18:30, except on public holidays and performance days

Tour – UNESCO World Heritage

Combined tour: persons with reduced mobility and new arrivals

In 1994, the City of Luxembourg's Old Town and fortifications were awarded UNESCO World Heritage status.

The UNESCO walking tours, accessible to all, are a great way to discover this site and its most popular attractions in just under an hour and a half.

Luxembourg City's urban environment perfectly blends medieval, classical and contemporary styles. With its verdant valleys, waterways, numerous bridges and majestic architecture, the Old Town exemplifies the distinctive cultural melting pot that is Luxembourg.

Information and reservations

Three guided tours

  • 28 April 2022
    Language: French
    Time: from 17:00 to 18:30
     
  • 8 May 2022
    Language: Luxembourgish
    Time: from 14:30 to 16:00
     
  • 12 May 2022
    Language: English
    Time: from 12:00 to 13:30

Starting point

Place de la Constitution.

Free entry and accessible to everyone (up to 25 people per tour).

Advance booking required

Interpreting into German Sign Language available on request

Advance booking required for interpreting services into German Sign Language. Bookings open until:

  • 21 April 2022 for the tour on 28 April 2022
  • 29 April 2022 for the tour on 8 May 2022
  • 5 May 2022 for the tour on 12 May 2022

Lecture-tour – Management of UNESCO World Heritage

As part of the "10 ans de paysage urbain historique" (Ten years of the historic urban landscape) programme, the tour explains the actions and measures undertaken by the government and the City of Luxembourg to preserve the authenticity and integrity of the area of outstanding universal value "City of Luxembourg: its Old Quarters and Fortifications", which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As well as including the UNESCO Visitor Centre at the Lëtzebuerg City Museum, the tour explains how the city came to be recognised as a World Heritage Site and raises awareness of the city's historic urban landscape, giving participants a new sense of appreciation for these protected areas.

Information and reservations

Dates and times

  • 29 May 2022
  • 14:30

Language: French

Starting point

City Hall, Place Guillaume II.

Free entry and accessible to everyone.

Interpreting into German, English or German Sign Language available on request

Advance booking required for interpreting services. Bookings open until 20 May 2022 (limited spaces):

Museum Day

Villa Vauban – Luxembourg City

This villa, built in 1873, and its modern extension, are located in the middle of a historic park. The collections it houses comprise European paintings and sculptures from the 17th–19th centuries (from the Netherlands, France and Italy) and Luxembourgish art from the 19th and 21st centuries. The villa has both permanent and temporary exhibitions, as well as a varied programme of activities for visitors.

Information and reservations

Dates and times

  • 15 May 2022
  • from 10:00 to 18:00

Location

Interpreting into German Sign Language available on request

Advance booking required for interpreting into German Sign Language. Bookings open until 6 May 2022:

The museums' full programmes will be available on each museum's website, with some highly innovative tours available to everyone.

Contact details

Luxembourg City Hall

13, rue Notre-Dame
L-2240 Luxembourg

Opening hours

Monday-Friday

8:00–12:00 and 14:00–16:00, or by appointment

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