A virtual trip to Luxembourg

Visiting the Grand Duchy from the comfort of your home is possible. Thanks to the digital era, concerts, shows or virtual exhibitions are just clicks away. The capital has also opened the way to digitalisation to let you discover the city's most beautiful attractions. Visiting Luxembourg has never been so easy. 

Can't come to Luxembourg? No worries, Luxembourg will come to you! Luxembourg can now be explored remotely through virtual tours. And it has never been so close to reach, from your sofa, smartphone or computer. 

A live concert or theatrical performance or a free walk in museum hallways at all times of the day or night are now possible. All you need to do is push the doors open - virtual ones, of course - to discover the treasures of museums, performance halls, exhibitions to get cultured, nurture your creativity or clear your mind - all this in one click from the comfort of your home.

As you browse through the list we have put together for you below, you will see that many cultural offerings are available to you. But that's not all. Thanks to 360° views, you can also discover Luxembourg City's diversity, the main squares, the monuments as well as the most visited tourist attractions.   

So, what are you waiting for? Come aboard, the virtual tour will start. 


Do you want to wander down the alleys of the largest funfair in Luxembourg through your screen? With your mouse, you can experience and re-experience from up close the various transformations that the Schueberfouer underwent in the 19th century before it turned into a real funfair. After the boat swings and the rollercoaster carts, immerse yourself in the history of Luxembourg and explore the casemates, a network of underground galleries built in the 18th century. Take an immersive stroll in museums and the virtual galleries of various art institutions from your sofa! ​ Discover the real gems of the State's cultural institutions and find out how the old mustard mill works at the Muerbelsmillen. To tell the truth, you're spoiled for choice. 

Casino - Forum for Contemporary Art 

© Ville de Luxembourg / Patrick Müller

Villa Vauban

© Screenshot visite 3D

Musée Dräi Eechelen

© Screenshot visite 3D

National Natural History Museum

© Naturmusée


© Screenshot visite 3D


Discover Luxembourg in the olden days of our great grandparents, with black and white photographs and old postcards. Thanks to the Phototèque, you can dive into the history and streets of Luxembourg City in former times. You can also see how the capital looks like today through 360° views. Discover the most famous tourist attractions, monuments and remarkable historical sites that award charm to this ancient fortress. Bourscheid Castle invites web surfers to travel through eras and discover this medieval building from the inside and perhaps go on a ghost hunt. A must see!

Luxembourg City

© Screenshot visite 3D


© Photothèque

Intangible heritage

This year, the Éimaischen, the Octave in the honour of Our Lady of Luxembourg, the Echternach Hopping Procession and the Schueberfouer won't be able to take place. To keep these festive customs alive, all four events will take place digitally on the Internet and social networks. Web surfers are thus encouraged to share their photos or memories by using the following hashtag: #DigitalIKI.

The 'Éimaischen'


The 'Muttergottes-Oktave'


The Echternach Hopping Procession ('D’Iechternacher Sprangprëssessioun')

© MECO (ministère de l'Économie) / LFF, CC et al. / Géry Oth

Participatory actions

The Rotondes

© Rotondes

Culture on your doorstep! This slogan also works for the Rotondes. In an attempt to please the whole family, the Rotondes have prepared a few activities for you to do at home, together. That's the #homedelivery approach! Get your scissors!

Luxembourg National Archives

© Archives nationales de Luxembourg

'Fuersch mat un eiser Geschicht'. The Luxembourg National Archives' crowdsourcing project lies behind this title. They called upon all history lovers to support them in the creation of online research inventories. Join the archivists to give them a hand!

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