The beginning of theater in Luxembourg dates back to the Jesuit period, in the late 16th century. Yet, the true birth of Luxembourgian theater occurred no sooner than 1855, when the Edmond de la Fontaine’ play “Scholdschäin” was performed for the first time. From that moment on, plays have been performed in the Luxembourgian theater both in French and German, but also in English, Dutch and Portuguese.
Pertaining to the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, Grand Duchess Josephine Charlotte Concert Hall is one of the main promoters of the musical scene.
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 National Museum of Natural History is an opened window to the natural beauties of the Grand Duchy. It displays permanent theme exhibits.