Despite Luxembourg City's relatively small size, it offers a wealth of cultural offerings – making it no wonder that it has twice been named European Capital of Culture (1995 and 2007). Its long list of municipal cultural institutions contributes to its wide appeal: the Grand Théâtre and Théâtre des Capucins, Lëtzebuerg City Museum and Villa Vauban, Cinémathèque, Photothèque, Cité Bibliothèque, Cercle Cité, Municipal Archives and Conservatoire. These are joined by a rich variety of museums and art centres, galleries and independent stages, and last but not least: the Philharmonie, an internationally renowned concert hall. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Luxembourg City's Old Town and fortifications provide a spectacular backdrop for a range of open-air events, and a unique contrast its many modern architectural jewels.
Explore the various cultural offerings of the City of Luxembourg.
Logistical support and grants
Logistical support and grants for the cultural sector.
Mural painting, stencilling, graffiti, hip hop, breakdancing, rap, and slam are all forms of artistic expression that Luxembourg City seeks to support and promo...
Architecture and heritage
Luxembourg City is a place of striking contrasts, from its old fortifications to classic 18th- and 19th-century buildings and modern architectural gems.
Tickets and season passes for City of Luxembourg cultural institutions