The name of this center was inspired by the building hosting it, a building erected in a Neo-Baroque style, in the late 19th century. Contemporary art exhibitions of both local and international artists are displayed here all the year round.
The exhibits are almost constantly accompanied by a series of explicative programs, conferences, meetings and discussions meant to catch visitors’ attention and to explain to the public the purpose of the respective exhibition.
Tourists interested in the history of public transport in Luxembourg should visit the Museum of Tramways and Buses in Luxembourg City.
Goethe in Luxembourg Itinerary invites tourists to discover Goethe’s stay in Luxembourg while stepping on the trails of this great literate.
The ruins of Luxembourg Castle are one of the most frequented attractions in Luxembourg. They represent a site of special historic charge.