Make the most of this exceptional combi offer and enjoy a ride on the Luxembourg City Line double-decker bus and additionally discover the diversity of the 7 museums of Luxembourg City with your exclusive museum pass.
- Admire the most beautiful landmarks in the capital city
- Admission to 7 museums of Luxembourg City
- Tour of the Upper Town and Kirchberg district
|Participants||maximum 78 people per bus.|
This exclusive combi-ticket enables you to enjoy a sightseeing tour on the City Line and to visit the 7 museums in the city. Since the ticket is valid for 48 hours, you can split your museum visits over two days as you wish. However, it must be two consecutive days in the same week in which the ticket was purchased.
The audio guide is available in 7 languages: Luxembourgish, German, English, French, Dutch, Spanish, Russian.
Here are the 7 museums of the association "d'Stater Muséeën"
1. Villa Vauban – Musée d’art de la Ville de Luxembourg (closed on Tuesdays)
The 19th-century bourgeois villa with its contemporary extension is located in the heart of the city, in the middle of a historic park inviting you to relax. The exhibitions organized at Villa Vauban draw on collections consisting mainly of 17th-century Dutch works and 19th-century French history and landscape paintings. The museum favors variable exhibition formats, allowing the works to be explored from different angles. Temporary exhibitions include loans from major international collections. A varied program of activities awaits the visitor.
2. Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art Contemporain (closed on Tuesdays)
Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain, the flagship contemporary art institution in Luxembourg, is dedicated exclusively to contemporary creation. The art centre holds exhibitions with an international programme of mainly younger-generation artists. The venue also houses a library and reading room (InfoLab), a bookshop, and a BlackBox projection space devoted to artists’ videos. In addition to the exhibitions, a vast programme of lectures, master classes and other encounters ensures direct contact between the artists and the public, which is essential for the comprehension of today’s art.
3. Lëtzebuerg City Museum (closed on Mondays)
The museum, located in the heart of the old town, is housed in a restored complex of historic houses. On three levels, partly carved in the rock, visitors discover the history of the city through original objects and topographical reconstructions as well as a mobile application. Temporary exhibitions are regularly held on the two upper levels.
4. MNHA - Musée national d’histoire et d’art (closed on Mondays)
In its central building, inaugurated in 2002 and three ancient town houses renovated in 2015, the National Museum of History and Art offers more than 6.000 m2 of exhibition space presenting its encyclopedic collections.
5. MNHN - Musée national d’histoire naturelle ‘Natur Musée’ (closed on Mondays)
By reflecting the state of current research in natural history in general and the museum's collections in particular, permanent exhibitions provide a global perspective on current topics such as evolution and biodiversity. The new arrangement enables to better display the variety of collections and encourages a new look at nature, its history and study. The mission of the "natur musée" is to raise environmental awareness and contribute to the conservation of the natural heritage. The exhibitions serve as a direct interface between the public and the actors of scientific production in the museum, while the division of subjects now only follows scientific disciplines very freely. The collections of the National Museum of Natural History reflect more than 160 years of the Institute's history and above all the dynamism and commitment of its curators and their collaborators. Collection development can be reconstructed by comparing the various inventories established over 160 years ago with the current content of the collections. The following attributes characterize the current collection: regional, scientific, heritage, educational, aesthetic and historical.
6. Musée Dräi Eechelen (closed on Mondays)
An exceptional historic landmark, the restored remains of Fort Thungen, built in 1732-33, has been hosting the Museum Drai Eechelen -Fortress, History, Identities since 2012. The tour through the casemates documents the history of the fortress and its importance for the territorial development of the country and its identity. The architectural complex of the historic building itself features as the main exhibit, compromising a spectacular network of underground tunnels which remain in a state similar to its last modification in 1836/37.
7. Mudam Luxembourg – Musée d’art moderne Grand-Duc Jean (closed on Tuesdays)
Mudam Luxembourg – Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean opened in 2006 in a purpose-built building designed by the renowned Sino-American architect Ieoh Ming Pei and located in the Park Draï Eechelen, overlooking the historic city of Luxembourg. Through its collection, exhibitions, programs and partnerships, Mudam Luxembourg aims to advance its mission to present the most relevant art of our times.