The label informs about the accessibility to tourist sites and facilities
Le Gouvernement du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg
Ministère de l'Economie - Direction Générale du Tourisme
T. +352 49 90 37 37 E-mail
Persons requiring assistance are requested to announce their intention to travel by bus, train or plane at least 1 day in advance.
There are plenty of things to be explored in Luxembourg’s only amusement park: a fairytale forest, a huge children’s playground, a labyrinth or the aviary. Exotic animals from all the continents inspire the whole family. Pelicans and flamingos, monkeys and crocodiles in the Amazonia-tropical enclosure or in the Madagascar greenhouse.
Belval is one of the most ambitious urban development projects in Europe: the reconversion of a former industrial site.
A guide will accompany you and will give you all the explanations concerning this particular project of a new urban district of the 21st century. A place where research and educational facilities, culture, services, shops and leisure complexes will melt into a unique mixture.
60 Min. : 50€ 90 Min. : 60 € 120 Min. : 75 € Max. 25 persons e-Mail
The Kulturfabrik is a cultural centre established in an abandoned public abattoir in the city of Esch-sur-Alzette. It has today become a place of encounter, perfect for creative exchanges. More than 250 events are offeres throughout the year: modern music, world music, theatre performances, film, poetry, lectures and much more!
“The Bitter Years” is the last exhibition by Edward Steichen and is a testimony to documentary photography. The exposition can be visited on the site of a former steel mill, in the stunning Waassertuerm gallery, an old water tower.
The collection in the national mining museum consists of tools, machines, equipment and archive documents relating to the exploitation of iron ore. The principal part of the collection is on display in the underground galleries of the mine.
Through this spectacular presentation, visitors can really appreciate the arduous nature of the miner’s work.