Created in 1854 and established in the Grund district since 1996, the National Museum of Natural History in Luxembourg is one of the richest and most interesting museums in the Grand Duchy. It allows young and old to better understand the natural sciences through its permanent and temporary exhibitions. It also has a mission of scientific research and conservation of natural heritage.
The Natur Museum is an original museum that deals with nature in all its forms, plant or animal. He approaches his story as well as his future. Through its permanent or temporary exhibitions, it offers visitors a detailed vision of Luxembourg, its inhabitants and its geography. More broadly, it also traces the birth of the universe and the evolution of life on earth.
Behind the showcases you will be amazed by the wealth of national collections of botanical, zoological, mineralogical or paleontological specimens. Families and folks in natural history and science will find beautiful exhibitions here that will arouse their interest.
Temporary exhibitions on different themes such as rats or bears, the discovery of volcanoes or periods of glaciation, taste or even Marsupilami are regularly proposed. Temporary exhibitions are located on the top floor.
Activities for young audiences, laboratory visits and meetings with scientists.
Tue-Sun 10 am-6pm
Closed on Mondays
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