The ruins of this castle in Luxembourg, built as early as the Middle Age, in 963, can be visited all the year round. The castle was destroyed in a fire in 1459, but it still remains one of the most frequented tourist objectives in the region.
Grand Théâtre de la Ville de Luxembourg is but a taste of what the theatrical scene of Luxembourg means. Théâtre des Capucins and others are also notable.
The Protestant Church of Luxembourg has represented by its foundation an extremely significant moment for the history of Protestantism in the Grand Duchy.
The National Museum of History and Art of Luxembourg displays temporary exhibitions and permanent archeological collections, valuable medieval paintings.