Besides the temporary exhibitions held here each year, the museum features all the archeological findings in the country, as well as collections of jewels and pictures.
The museum fills 10 floors, and the exhibits are displayed chronologically, beginning with the ones from the prehistoric age. The items substantiate people have lived in this region without interruption from the Middle Age.
The art collections contain pictures, such as the famed Rosso Fiorentino’s Bacchus, Venus and Love (1530-1531), as well as modern works depicting various aspects of the daily life in Luxembourg.
The Church of Saint Michael is, perhaps, the oldest Christian edifice in the Grand Duchy. It was repeatedly restored in time.
Dating back to the 17th century, the Church of Saint John of Luxembourg is a significant religious edifice in the capital of the Grand Duchy.
The National Museum of Natural History is an opened window to the natural beauties of the Grand Duchy. It displays permanent theme exhibits.