It’s the first of its kind: the Lëtzebuerg City Museum has organised an urban history festival, where visitors can explore a range of exhibitions, installations and more over the last weekend in September.
It’s a chance to check out historical buildings as well, from the judicial buildings and their casemates, the chamber of deputies and other administrative buildings.
Three young Luxembourg artists--Sandra Biewers, Karen Decker and Raphael Gindt--will transform the rue du Saint-Esprit with flying butterflies, tape art and graffiti, respectively, and the Gudde Wëllen and Mesa Verde will hold a variety of exhibitions.
Music and a Cuban food truck are also part of the fun, but there is plenty more, so it’s well worth checking out the event website for more details.
Note that some of the visits require advance booking prior to 25 September, so it’s best to reserve early to guarantee a spot.