Here are three sites that will amuse younger and older generations alike.
Natural history museum
Youngsters will revel in the T-rex replica, the wide range of taxidermy animals, the ant farm and the skeleton of the Loschbour man discovered in 1935 in the Mullerthal. The gift shop also has a range of natural history and science books, with games, puzzles and more for kids.
More information: www.mnhn.lu
Henri Tudor museum
It’s electrifying! Also known as Rosport Castle, this museum celebrates the life and work of Luxembourg inventor Henri Tudor, who helped with the replacement of electric street lighting in the 1880s. Hands-on activities will keep the little ones busy, and the English-style gardens make for a nice family walk or picnic.
More information: www.musee-tudor.lu
This museum, with a focus on printing and playing cards, holds the permanent “Gutenberg revisited” exhibition. It regularly holds workshops for different ages, linked to these themes and beyond.
More information: www.kulturhuef.lu