Because Easter Holidays are the good moment to enjoy original activites with your children.
The Mudam regularly organises activities for children aged 3 to 12, especially during the Easter holidays. It is called Mudamini. On the programme are visits, workshops and activities especially aimed at the young ones. During the Easter holidays the museum has organised two interesting events for children. « Once upon a time » a story telling visit illustrated by the museums works of art and the guided tour adapted for children aged 6 to 12 years old on 12th April.
If you want to visit an exhibition in a fun way and adapted to children then go to the Villa Vauban. « La Malette Magique », has been especially created for children aged 5 to 12 and children use this magic briefcase to learn and have fun!
Easter holidays means Easter egg hunt! In Luxembourg there are a few Easter egg hunts organised. We recommend the one at la Villa Vauban and the one at Um Plateau with Brunch on 4th April as well as the one on 9th April based on children’s stories organised by the Babbelschoul.
Vitarium.lu has organised a range of activities keep your children busy during the Easter school holidays: Luxlait factory visit, decorating Easter eggs, face painting, play areas The price is 25 euro for the day with drinks included, you just need to register. More information here.
What better way to keep children busy than with cooking classes! Many organisations have realised this and have organised classes for children. Such as Food Vitalité with their class « les p'tits chefs Crustos » on the 7th and 9th April from 9am to 5 pm, booking is required. The National History Museum has organised a children’s cooking and tasting workshop on 16th April. This entails discovering lots of different vegetables, making a soup to take home and enjoy and just for 5 euros. A great way to get children used to preparing food! Finally the restaurant A Guddesch has also organised a cookery class for children on 11th April.
Being outdoors and discovering nature with your children is also possible in the Easter holidays. Quite a few activities are on offer. We recommend the walks organised by the Natural History Museum on 13th and 16th April to discover different birds nests present in Luxembourg’s forests, to look at the eggs and to learn more about woodpeckers and other local species.