Zigzag May Late Opening
This Friday May 12th, come and join ZigZag’s evening party with your family and friends.
From 6 to 10pm, enjoy:
* Hamburger, Fries and Fruit salad. Price for the meal: 14€ (adults) – 7€ (kids)
* Special price for the games and entertainment: 8€ unlimited play, including a Treasure Hunt, games, Zumba, Mini-disco + one Karting token offered. Free for adults.
It is also possible to join us only for the games.
To signup, call 26 45 87 87 or email email@example.com. Number of places is limited so act fast.
Unicorner Concept Store – Grand Opening Celebration
We are happy to invite you to the Grand Opening of UNICORNER Concept Store!
10:00 Welcome drink
14:00 Official Opening and Ribbon Cutting
16:00 Lucky Balloons Race
18:00 Live Music
Live demo on the making of Emel shoes, kids animations, fun selfie corner, board game corner.
Bring a friend, enjoy sips and snacks and discover our world!
Where: Unicorner Concept Store, 35, Rue de Beggen, 1221 Luxembourg, Luxembourg
When: 13 May: 10:00-22:00h
Chalk Workshop at “A Possen” Toy Museum (in Fr, En, De, Lu, Registration required)
Find out what kids can do with chalk!
Where: Musée “A Possen”, 2 Keeseschgässel, L-5405 Bech-Kleinmacher
When: 13 May: 14:00-17:00h
Age: 6-12 years
Cost: 20 EUR
Europe Day 2017 and Walk 4 Europe
Come along, join the walk and discover more about Europe in Luxembourg! We invite you to celebrate the 60th birthday of the European Union with us by a “WALK 4 EUROPE” on the Europe Day, Saturday 13th May 2017! You can walk a tour of either 6km or 10 km starting from the “Grand Théâtre” just opposite Glacis. Registration is open from 9am to 3pm. There will be food and drinks, as well as animation for young and old – check out the program here. The members of the European Parliament are looking forward to welcoming you!
Where: Europe’s Day – Place d’Armes, Luxembourg and Grand Théâtre – Walk 4 Europe
When: 13 May: 9:00-15:00h
Open Days in the Conservatoire
A number of a concerts and musical performances by students will take place. Information about music and dance classes for kids will be available as well. Last but not least you can attend an information session or join a guided tour.
Where: Conservatoire de la Ville de Luxembourg, 33, rue Charles Martel, L-2134 Luxembourg
When: 13 May: 10:00-16:00h
Age: Everyone, especially children interested in dance and music
Saturday & Sunday
White (in Fr, Booking required)
Head over with the kids to this theatre performance where kids will be welcomed to the world of White – where everything is white, shiny and dazzling, even at night!
Where: CAPE – Centre des Arts Pluriels Ettelbruck, 1 place Marie-Adélaïde, L-9063,ETTELBRUCK, Luxembourg
When:13 & 14 May: 11:00 & 16:00h
Age: 2-4 years
Cost: 12/6 EUR
Pilgrimage to honour Our Lady of Luxembourg, the patron saint. Lasts from the third to the fifth Sunday after Easter and represents the main religious ceremony of the country. See various events taking place here. And in Lux city center kids can enjoy the traditional fair with kids attractions.
Where: Place Guillaume II (Knuedler) et place de la Constitution.
When: 6-21 May
Virtual Zoo and Tropical Rainforest Animals Expo at Belle Etoile
When: 2-20 May (please note that Belle Etoile is closed on Sundays)
Website and the Virtual Zoo
Youth Gaelic Games 2016 (in English, Registration required)
Girls and boys will learn the skills of gaelic games: football, hurling, camogie!
Where: Stade Michel Wagner, rue de Sainth-Vith, L-2673, Weimerskirch, Luxembourg
When: Sundays from April 30th – July 2nd;
Age: 4-14 years (3 age groups)
International Contest of Caricature and Cartoon at Vianden Castle (Booking required)
The entries into the contest and the winner will be exhibited in Vianden Castle. The theme of the contest is ““BeE HappY”.
Where: Vianden Castle, the Hall of the Knights of the Castle of Vianden
When: 6-28 May: 10:00-18:00h
Cost: Castle Entry fee
Live Cinema and Concert for Kids
«Live Cinema – Walsh: The Thief of Bagdad» and a concert for toddlers! See website for the detailed program
Where: Philharmonie Luxembourg, 1 Place de l’Europe, 1499 Luxembourg
When: 13-14 May
Age: 5+ years
Cost: see website
The Story of a Long Day (in DE, Booking required)
Theatre, dance and music performance!
Where: CarréRotondes, Place des Rotondes, L-2448 Luxembourg-Bonnevoie
When: 11-15 May
Age: 3+ years
Cost: 6/12 EUR
Open Doors Day at European Court of Justice
Every year, on the occasion of Europe Day the Court invites you to discover its history and its buildings. Come and explore its history, work and art collection during a memorable day for all..
Where: European Court of Justice, Kirchberg: 14:00h
When: 14 May: 14:00-18:00h
Ask for your tattoo! (in French, Booking required)
Accompanied by an adult, the small visitors discover the captivating and strange world of Jérôme Bosch. The paintings of the exhibition immerse the whole family in an unreal world. Fascinated by their new discovery, children can then choose their favorite tattoo that will be traced on an arm or a small hand!
Where: Villa Vauban, 18 avenue Emile Reuter, L-2420 Luxembourg
When: 14 May: 14h
Age: 3-12 years
Cost: Free for kids (Adults pay museum entry fee 5 EUR)
The route Clervaux – Weiswampach will be reserved for the exclusive use of cyclists, wheelchair users, inline skaters, pedestrians and runners. The 11km long route will take you through a picturesque valley of Clervaux, past Maulusmühle, Kléimühle, Rossmühle and Holler mill to Weiswampach. Without large slopes you can enjoy with your family the beautiful scenery! Every child (up to the age of 12) can participate in the competition for children. The aim is to gather the different letters on the track and then to compose a word out of them. This word has to be filled in in the competition entry form. The correctly completed forms will participate in a raffle.
When: 14 May: 10-18h
Open Days at the KannerKlinik
Visit the Maternite and the clinic and participate in the workshops for new mummies or new brothers/sisters! Fun activities for the children and culinary surprises will be organized as well!
Where: CHL, Entrance Hall, 2 rue Federspiel
When: 14 May: 10.00-17:00h
Kids disco with dance, fun and animation for children!
Where: Centre Culturel de Moutfort, rue de Medingen, Moutfort
When: 14 May: 14:30-18:00h
Cost: 3 EUR kids; free – adults
Culture Fest at Howald
This 1st edition of the festival owill offer different culinary specialties, music and dances, children’s playgrounds, raffle…
Where: Avenue Grand-Duc Jean, L-1842 Howald, Luxembourg/Place de l’Eglise à Howald (Hesperange)
When: 14 May: 11-18:00h
Events Outside Luxembourg
– around 24 km from Luxembourg city (Château de Preisch, 2 rue des Lilas, 57570 Basse-Rentgen, France): Treasure Hunts – weekends from 15.04-15.10
– around 31 km from Luxembourg city (Haute Ecole de Namur-liege-luxembourg, Place du Lieutenant Callemeyn 11, 6700 Arlon, Belgium): YouTube Forum – 13 May
– around 40 km from Luxembourg city (Rue Saint-Paulin, 6700 Arlon, Belgium): Signs of the Spring- 13 May
– around 45 km from Luxembourg city (Trier, Germany): 12-14 June – Trier Folk Fest (incl. kids entertainment) – 12-21 May
– around 49 km from Luxembourg city ( Trier and surroundings ): Trier Duck race, Various kids events and theatres and Guided Walk for kids in Trier;
– around 70 km from Luxembourg city (Médiathèque Jean-Macé, 2 Boulevard de Provence, 57070 Metz, France): Mangamania -13 May
– around 80 km from Luxembourg city (Domaine des Roises – 55150 AZANNES, France ): Fest Old Professions – 14, 21, 25 and 28 May.
– around 100 km from Luxembourg city (Saarbrücken, Germany): Various events for kids
And you shouldn’t forget about the 501 Things To Do With Kids In And Around Luxembourg Guide — it is the perfect way to plan your weekend or weekly getaway — visit a park, got to a camping site, take a picture perfect stroll down a nature trail (by the way there are 25 of those mentioned in the 501 Things Guide).
Disclaimer: What’s On For Kids’s Fun Things To Do This Weekend list is for your information only. We do not organize, endorse, support, guarantee or are in any way involved with the above activities, unless otherwise mentioned. While we do our best to report as many events as possible that are happening in and around Luxembourg, it’s not in our power to verify or vet the events. All responsibility and accountability for organizing and properly carrying out the events belong to their organizers. It’s always a good idea to check our website and the events’ websites for possible last minute changes!
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