Due to the unusual times please make sure you get in touch with the venue first before heading over!
We will be back with our usual weekend agenda the weekend of 11-12 September! In the meantime enjoty:
Where: Nature Conservation Centre A Wiewesch, 12 Syrdallstrooss Manternach, Luxembourg
When: July and August
Age: 6+ years
The City is putting on a series of small concerts from bands from Luxembourg and abroad as part of the “Klangbuer – Mansfeld Sessions” festival.
Where: Mansfeld Park in Clausen, Allée Pierre de Mansfeld, 2118 Luxembourg
When: 1 July- 4 August: dates of the concerts: 13, 16, 17, 21, 23, 27, 28 July and 4 Aug
Age: all ages
Cost: €12 per person, except for the Fête de la Musique and Nationalfeierdag theme nights, for which admission is free. Important: All attendees must wear a face mask covering their nose and mouth for the entire event. Glass bottles are not allowed into the concert venue. Your seats will be reserved for you until the start of the concert. If you have not claimed your seats by this time, they may be given to someone else.
With a professional gardener and an enthusiast of healthy diet through home-grown and nature-foraged ingredients, children will observe, listen, smell, feel, and taste little bits of nature. They will learn to communicate with plants and insects, connect their souls and minds with natural elements. Most important of all, they will have fun with new friends creating, playing and relaxing in the beautiful natural surroundings of Niederanven. For the weekend camps, parents are welcome to stay and spend a bit of time with the children if you so wish.
Where: 59A rue des Romains, 2443 Senningerberg
When: 17-18 July & 24-25 July (9:00-16:00)
Age: 5-10 (Children 3-4 yrs are accepted if accompanied by parents)
Cost: 50 euros / day / child or 30 euros / half day (9:00-12:00 or 13:00-16:00) / child
Contact the organizer: here
Free sports activities. There is no need to sign up in advance and participation is free. The sports equipment required will also be provided free of charge. Participation in the activities is at your own risk, though, and parents and educators are responsible for children in their care. Don’t forget about the free trampolines in Merl park for your kids!
Where: Kinnekswiss (the park next to Glacis parking)/ Merl park (trampolines)
When: 12 July to 5 September between 11:30 and 19:30 (weather permitting)/ Trampolines: 16 July to 12 September 2021! Both kids and adults can bounce around for free on the 12 trampolines that are open to the public every day from noon to 20:00 (weather permitting).
Age: all ages
An atypical football field by the artist Benedetto Bufalino where the hedges and paths of the labyrinth become a football field.
Where: National Center for Sport and Culture – d’Coque, 2 Rue Léon Hengen, 1745 Luxembourg
When: until 5 September 2021
Age: all ages
Visit the library on Saturday morning to listen to stories in Luxembourgish.
Where: Cité-Bibliothèque, 3 rue Genistre, L-1623 Luxembourg
When: Saturdays, 10.30-11AM all thru the summer
Age: Kids 4-8 years
Check out their complete program on the website.
Where: MNHN, am ‘natur musée’ am Gronn 25, rue Münster 2160 Luxembourg
Age: 8+ yrs
Check out the complete programme on their website.
Where: Mudam Luxembourg, 3 Park Dräi Eechelen, L-1499 Luxembourg
When: all thru the summer
Age: 5+ yrs
Head over with the kids to the 2.5 km bee trail that goes across the city and includes 13 information stops. There you will discover the richness of biodiversity in the city as well as the world of bees (just a few examples of the adventures that awaits you on the tour: a hive on the roof of a building, a hotel for wild bees, and much more)! Alternatively, teach your kids about the importance of bees and the ecosystem with the BeePopulate game. With this app you can design virtual garden for bees to pollinate!
Where: Luxembourg city
When: May – September
Despite the reduced size, the pavilion dedicated to virtual reality setup by the Film Fund Luxembourg and Neimënster has been full of visitors. You can see the 13 films (committed documentaries, animated tales and audiovisual shows) free of charge in the VR Pavilion installed in the Neimënster enclosure. Please check out the website for the condistoon under Covid.
Where: Culturel de Rencontre Abbaye de Neumünster, 28 Rue Munster, L-2160, Luxembourg Ville
When: until Aug 31, 21
Age: 13+ yrs
Do you have nothing planned for your weekends and your children are bored during the holidays? Come and relax in your Cloche d’Or Shopping Center while your children have fun and become real adventurers! Find the activities that are sure to please your toddlers and find out how to enjoy a Shopping session with complete peace of mind.
Where: Cloche d’Or, 25, bd F.W. Raiffeisen, 2411 Luxembourg
When: Friday and Saturday in July from 11h to 18h, until 31 July
Age: 4+ yrs
An exceptional visit and an impressive adventure for the whole family! The Main Hall of the Rockhal will exceptionally open doors during Summer for a real « timemachine »!Find these breathtaking completely animated « Animatronics » in a great setting. You will tremble in front of the Diplodocus and his 20 meters height , you will be amazed by the Giganotosaurus and his immense jaw (watch out he might eat you), try to touch the Pneranodon before he flies away immers yourself in this Jurrasic-Universe thanks to the virtual reality headset.
Where: Rockhal, 5, avenue du Rock’n’Roll, L-4361 Esch/Alzette
When: 4 July – 9 September: 10-18h30
Age: 3+ / Families / Young Audiences
Cost: tickets start at 11.50 EUR
The “Konscht am Gronn” outdoor art festival on and around the Grund Bridge will be held every first Sunday of the month, from 10:00 to 18:00. Up to 34 international artists exhibit their work in this open air gallery in the open air on the most beautiful bridge in the historic “Grund” district.
Where: Rue Munster, City-Luxembourg
When: Sunday, 4 July 2021 until the end of October: from 10:00 to 18:00.
During the summer months, we invite you to participate in the various activities that will take place in the Lëtzebuerg City Museum.!
Where: Lëtzebuerg City Museum, 14, rue du Saint-Esprit, L-2090 Luxembourg
When: 17.07 > 12.09.21
Cost: free for kids/ museum entrance fee for adults
Where: Kulturhuef, 54, rte de Trèves, L-6793 Grevenmacher
When: July and August
Age: 6+ yrs
Every summer for over 37 years, the City’s Service Sports (Sports Department) has organised sports programmes for young people aged 11 to 17 called “Sport-Wochen”. These activities take place during the summer school break and include the following: 5 “Mini Sport-Wochen” for young people aged 11 to 12 and 14 “Sport-Wochen” for those aged 13 to 17. These sports weeks last between 4 and 7 days (with or without overnight stays), and are held either in Luxembourg or abroad. See the brochure here.
When: 17 July – 5 September
Age: 11-17 years
Cost: see website
The “Concerts de midi” have been held since 1983 as part of a long tradition of free concerts put on by the City. The “Concerts de midi” were introduced to provide classical music enthusiasts with a chance to enjoy a midday musical interlude at different venues across Luxembourg City. The free “Concerts de midi”, which are held on selected Fridays, cover a broad repertoire ranging from traditional classical music to more exotic finds. The delightfully stirring, soothing or atypical compositions are sure to enchant music lovers seeking a diverse musical programme. (source vdl website)
Where:Eglise Protestante, 5 rue de la Congrégation L-1352 LUXEMBOURG
– 9 July 2021: Carlo Jans
– 6 August 2021: Nora Braun Trio
– 10 September 2021: ARS NOVA
– 24 September 2021: NAAMA LIANY
– 8 October 2021: AD LIBITUM
– 12 November 2021: UGDA
– 10 December 2021: Carlo Jans
– 17 December 2021: KAMERATA
Age: all ages
Cost: Entry is free. To ensure compliance with current public health measures, we ask that attendees book their tickets in advance, either by phone (+352 47 08 95 1, Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 18:30) or online at www.luxembourg-ticket.lu .
The “Théâterplage” is back this summer in line with current public health measures. Situated in the tucked-away square of Place du Théâtre, this fun beach hideaway aims to breathe life into this often overlooked part of the city centre.
A giant, 350 m2 sandpit with deckchairs and beach umbrellas sporting the City’s “multiplicity” colours, a pétanque court, plus a variety of plants and fun decor with bunting and fairy lights are sure to delight visitors of all ages. Not only that, there will be chalets serving drinks and tasty snacks! (source vdl website)
Where: la place du Théâtre, Lux ville
When: from 8 July to 12 September: Every day between 10:00 and 22:00
Age: all ages
A city tour for kids in the company of Count Siegfried and Melusina.This exciting tour for kids from 6 years old and their parents takes them on a scavenger hunt around the city while bringing them the story of the legendary Melusina closer. Learn more about the capital’s fascinating history in a playful way and crack the code to redeem your reward!.
Where: Luxembourg City Tourist Office, 30 Place Guillaume II, 1648 Luxembourg
When: 12 July – 13 Sept: 14:30h – Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
Age: 6+ yrs
Cost: 14 EUR – adults; 12 EUR – kids 4-12 yrs; < 4 yrs – free; Or Free- you can download the map from the website and visit the stops with your kids!
Where: throughout Luxembourg
When: 13, 15, 17, 18, 21, 24, 25 July; 1, 4, 7, 8, 13, 14, 18, 22, 28 August
Take the tour if your little ones are enchanted with princes/princesses and would like to see where they live!
Where: Book at Luxembourg City Tourist Office, 30, Place Guillaume II, 1648 Luxembourg; palace: 17, rue du Marché-aux-Herbes, L-1728 Luxembourg
When: 14 July-1 September – see website for details
Cost: 14 EUR – adults; 7 EUR – kids; <4 yrs – free;
Various parts of the city will be hosting events for adults and children alike: classic fairground attractions such as children’s rides, small games and food-and-drink stands. These small events are intended to provide a fun and friendly atmosphere where people can get together to breathe life once more into the districts of our lovely city.
Where: Place de la Constitution, Place du Puits Rouge (“Roude Pëtz”) and Villa Vauban, Place des Martyrs (“Rousegäertchen”) and Place de la Gare, Place Jeanne d’Arc, Place de Roedgen, Laval Park, Merl Park and Place Thorn, Glacis
When: Friday, 16 July to Sunday, 12 September 2021; Every day from 11:00 to 20:00; Glacis (Saturday, 21 August to Sunday, 12 September 2021)
Cost: All rides are free. Games (shooting, hook-a-duck, etc.) and food stalls will apply their usual prices.
Your first handmade bag …. With Anne-Marie Herckes, it’s possible! Children are guided in their first steps in sewing by making a pocket, purse, ToteBag or bag in the shape of a favorite animal.
Where: Kulturhaus Niederanven, 145, route de Trèves, Niederanven
When: 17 July 2021: 9h30-11h30
Age: 10-14 years
Cost: 27 EUR
A creative workshop journeying through movement, reading and listening, interweaving writing, vocals, recording and mixing to finally dance to our own dance-music.
Where: Place des Rotondes, L-2448 Bonnevoie, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
When: 17 July: 9-16h
Age: 15+ yrs
Cost: € 14
Given the current health situation, this year the festival will be smaller, without entertainment, without retailers and without catering, but with signing sessions, two exhibitions, a conference and workshops.
Where: Ancien Hall Sportif Contern, 1 Rue des Sports, 5322 Contern
When: 17 July
In the upcoming summer months, come and take part in the various activities on offer in Villa Vauban’s park. Whether on your own, as a couple or with family and friends, come and spend a relaxing time in a unique setting. Check the full program on the website – there a number of activities for the kids!
Where: Villa Vauban, 18 avenue Emile Reuter, L-2420 Luxembourg
When: 17 July – 12 Sept
A special lounge area will be created, with seating for groups of four people who arrive on foot, and the Glacis car park will become a vast open-air cinema.
Where: Glacis, Lux ville
When: 21 July to Sunday, 1 August 2021 , shows begin at sunset, around 21:30
Cost: Tickets at www.luxembourg-ticket.lu; 12 € per car or lounge for 4 persons or 8 € per lounge for 2 persons
The “Grénge Mann”, the green man, guardian of nature, invites us to discover the secrets and virtues of trees and wild plants by going on an adventure through the forest. He will tell you stories, legends and myths about the nature.
Where: Boulevard Pierre Werner, L-2720 Luxembourg, Luxembourg: Starting point: Pierre Werner bus stop, boulevard Pierre Werner, entrance to Parc Klosegrënnchen
When: 24-25 July
Age: all ages
The Kinnekswiss municipal park will be transformed into an old-fashioned funfair featuring some 20 historic attractions dating back to the period from 1886 to 1960. Performances by entertainers in period dress will give visitors the feeling of having stepped back in time.
Where: Kinnekswiss, 29 Avenue de la Porte-Neuve, 2227 Luxembourg
When: 30 July to Sunday, 15 August 2021; Every day from 11:00 to 20:00
Cost: each ride differs
From June 2 to August 8, 2021, the Luxembourg Science Center will present the science comics developed by doctoral students from the #UniversityOfLuxembourg. Visitors will have the opportunity to read the comics in different languages, leave their feedback and take a hard copy of the comics with them to share with friends and family. The comics have been developed by 23 doctoral candidates from the University of Luxembourg together with professional comic artists from Luxembourg, and many more participants. The young scientists study different fields of science and research.
Where: 50 rue Emile Mark, L – 4620 Differdange, Luxembourg
When: 2-8 August
Age: all ages
Cost: entrance fee
A 16 square-metre, 1:87 scale model of a funfair complete with illuminations and functioning rides will be on show in a funfair-themed pop-up store, and is sure to enchant both children and adults alike.
Where: 43, Grand-Rue, L-1661 Luxembourg
When: From Tuesday, 3 August to Monday, 30 August 2021: Tuesday to Saturday: 10:00–18:00; Sunday: 14:00–18:00; Monday: closed (except on the day of the Braderie on 30 August 2021: open from 10:00 to 18:00)
Expo and competition of vintage cars and bikes.
When: 7-8 August: 9:00-18:00h
Go on a culinary trip around the world on the beautiful esplanade directly on the banks of the Moselle! Close by is the large children’s playground with slides and sand, painting corner, face painting and much more!
Where: Esplanade, Remich
When: 13-15 August
The outdoor library set up in the iconic courtyard of the former Luxembourg National Library is open to all: reading enthusiasts, visitors to the city and passers-by. Make yourself comfortable under the majestic tree that dominates this peaceful hideaway and enjoy a book, magazine or newspaper. Children’s books and animations are also available. See the details here.
Where: Courtyard of the former Luxembourg National Library, Cathédrale Notre-Dame, Rue Notre Dame, 2240 Luxembourg
When: From Wednesday, 18 August to Sunday, 12 September 2021. Every day – except Monday – from 11:00 to 18:00
Last Summer Dance Sessions – for three nights and one morning, we’ll bring back the magic of live music this summer!
Where: 21 Porte des Ardennes, Erpeldange-sur-Sûre
When: 26-28 August
Cost: 15 EUR – adults for the 2 days; 10 EUR per day per adult; free – kids under 14 years
All Summer Holidays Camps happening this year are listed in our 1001 Things to Do with Kids in and around Luxembourg guide.
More than 98 summer classes, activities and camps in all languages and themes available!
– around 24 km from Luxembourg city (Château de Preisch, 2 rue des Lilas, 57570 Basse-Rentgen, France): Treasure Hunts – weekends from 17.04-17.10.2021
– around 45 km from Luxembourg city (Château de Malbrouck, 57480 Manderen, France): Asterix Expo–until 28 Nov
– around 46 km from Luxembourg city (Château des Ducs de Lorraine Sierck-les-Bains,rue du Château, 57480 Sierck les Bains, France ): Escape Game (8+ yrs) – until October 2021
– around 49 km from Luxembourg city ( Trier and surroundings ): Various kids events and theatres;
– around 49 km from Luxembourg city ( Château Saint-Sixte, Rue du Château, 57320 Freistroff, France): Corn maze, treasure hunt, barefoot path, the mini golf and visit of the castle – until November 21
– around 64 km from Luxembourg city (Metz, France): Various workshops for kids and 20 June – 4 Sept see Constellations – Digital Arts Festival
– around 65 km from Luxembourg city ( Le Centre Pompidou-Metz, Metz, France): Expo of inflatable architecture: Aerodream. Architecture, design and inflatables, 1950-2020 –until 23 August;
– around 70 km from Luxembourg city (1b Rue Sainte-Anne, B-6820 Florenville, Belgium): Street Art Festival – 21-22 August
– around 71 km from Luxembourg city (Cueillette de Peltre, Avenue de Strasbourg, 57245 Peltre): Pick Your Own Fruits. And find Out Where You Can Pick Your Own Strawberries in Germany- map of all farms.
– around 95 km from Luxembourg city (Aérodrome de Chambley Planet’Air, 54470 Hagéville, Lorraine, France): Grand Est Mondial Air Ballons – 23 July – 1 August.
– around 118 km from Luxembourg city (Nancy, France): Sound and Light Shows: 9 July – 12 Sept and Summer in Nancy – 15 July – 31 August
– around 158 km from Luxembourg city (The Labyrinth of Barvaux-sur-Ourthe, Rue Basse Commène, 6940 Barvaux, Belgium, 10 mins from Durbuy): Beauty And the Beast labyrinth: 3 July – 3 October
– around 217 km from Luxembourg city (Grand-Place in Brussels, 1000 Brussels, Belgium): Brussel’s Flower Carpet – 11-15 August
– around 257 km from Luxembourg city (Antwerp, Belgium): Do you know about “Summer of Antwerp“ (7.7-31.8. 2021)? Summer beach, beach chairs and bar, circus, show and entertainment for the whole family!
Stay safe and healthy!