Our month-by-month kids’ events calendar for families will help you make the most of every month. It highlights the annual recurrent kids’ events and activities in and around Luxembourg.
Easter Egg Hunts and Easter Activities
Head out to the fish market (behind the Palace of the Grand Dukes ) in Luxembourg City and buy one of the little bird-shaped earthenware whistles known as peckvillercher. They are sold only on that day. Or alternatively go to Nospelt (Luxembourg) for the Emaischenfestival (folklore dancing is part of the Eimaischen entertainment program on Easter Monday).
Where: rue du Marché aux Poissons, rue du Marché aux Herbes, rue de la Boucherie, rue du Rost, rue Sigefroi, rue de la Reine et place Guillaume II
When: 13 April
LuxCon, the Luxembourg Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Convention
The event, organised by the Science Fiction & Fantasy Society Luxembourg is a convention based on the North American model which aims to give the opportunity to fans, geeks and nerds to celebrate their favourite books, shows, games, movies, etc. The Luxcon offers many activities aimed directly at children of all ages.
Where: Forum Geesseknäppchen at 40 Boulevard Pierre Dupong, 1430 Luxembourg
When: 18-19 April
Age: all ages
There will be various events to celebrate the reading as part of this festival. Find the complete program on the website!
When: 18-20 April
Age: all ages
World Book and Copyright Day
Various events to celebrate World Book and Copyright Day . Check out the program on the website
When: 20-26 April
It’s the time of the year when many rubber ducks compete in the annual Duck race! The entertainment (good for kids as well) will start around 12h in the Petrusse Valley (under the Viaduct) and the duck race will begin at 15:00h! You can purchase your own duck to participate in the race – see the website below. All proceeds from the ducks go to charity.
Where: Petrusse Valley/Rue St. Quirin, Luxembourg
When: 25 April: ducks start >15h
Cost: Free to attend; 5 EUR for a duck
24H Electro for Kids (Booking required)
From 29 April to 17 May, parts of Rocklab will again be transformed into a playground and sonic laboratory with workshops for groups & school classes, which can be booked in advance and will be hosted by DJ Brave. In addition to these, visitors will find the large interactive sound installation E-Klangkanal as well as a small studio area, which invite you to play, experiment and discover electronic and digitally enhanced music in a playful environment.
Where: Rockhal, 5, avenue du Rock’n’Roll, L-4361 Esch/Alzette
When: 27 April – 22 May
Age: 4+ years
Cost: see website