1. Villa Vauban
This elegant 19th-century villa, surrounded by a park, has an excellent art collection that includes various Dutch Old Masters worth admiring.
2. Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’Art Contemporain
An exciting space for experimental and contemporary art.
3. Lëtzebuerg City Museum
Ride the huge glass lift to discover 1,000 years of Luxembourg history.
4. National Museum of History and Art
View art and archaeological artefacts, as well as fine arts, crafts and medals.
5. National Museum of Natural History
Admire a fascinating collection of preserved animals.
6. Museum Dräi Eechelen
Housed in Fort Thüngen, this chronicles the city’s origins and its military past.
7. Museum of Modern Art Grand-Duc Jean
In a modern building built on to the rampart walls of Fort Thüngen, MUDAM features a truly superb contemporary art collection.