Luxembourg Science Center


It’s your turn to play !

Learning by doing! What could be more fascinating than discovering a scientific field through stimulating, hands-on experiments? The Luxembourg Science Center in Differdange is a classroom, museum and laboratory in one, designed to expose visitors to all kinds of scientific experiments.

At more than fifty different stations, children and adults alike can test, touch, smell, listen, feel and above all learn—without even realizing it! Discover scientific and technological phenomena while having a blast.

The centre offers lessons in chemistry, biology, astronomy, robotics, combustion engines, acoustics and even mathematics like you've never had before! Forget notebooks and blackboards, desks and textbooks. At the Luxembourg Science Center, electricity is discovered via a Tesla transformer and mechanics by experimenting with static equilibrium, gravity, liquids, construction materials and resistance.

A perfect outing for individuals and groups alike, the Luxembourg Science Center offers a wide range of exciting installations and organized workshops. You can enjoy spectacular demonstrations and even create your own unique objects to take home with you.

So, what are you waiting for?


You can join the following shows:
Low temperatures : An ice-cold discovery at -196C or -310 on the Fahrenheit scale
Low pressures: Why do airplanes fly? Or boats float?
Materials: Can steel be brought to a melting point in less than 45 seconds? Is the material modulable at that point?
Mechanics – Gravitation: Fly with us, weightless and free from the laws of gravity
Electricity: How to touch a lightning strike?
Math – Dimensions: Experience math trough other dimensions
Statistics: The magic in numbers
Science in the kitchen: A combination of art and science. On the menu: Molecular cuisine, Chocolate, Cookies, Juices, Gumi bears, Ice-cream
Mobility: Can there be mobility without engines? And by the way, what is an engine?
Chemistry: What is this glue that ties everything together? Chemical reactions and bonding.
Optics: How many colors in a rainbow? Why are all cats grey in the dark?
Magnets: Attraction and magnetic fields



Opening hours

Mon 09h00 17h00
Tue 09h00 17h00
Wed 09h00 17h00
Thu 09h00 17h00
Fri 09h00 17h00
Sat 10h00 18h00
Sun 10h00 18h00


Open every day.


Closed on 01.01. and 25.-26.12.


Children (0-5 years) : free| Children (6-18 years), students, seniors (>60 ans), persons with reduced mobility : 7 € | Adultes: 12 € | Free for luxemburgish school classes


  • Disabled access
  • Guided tour
  • Cafeteria
  • Shop

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