Summer will soon be over but,
hey, don’t be sad
— our Fall Fun Events
will cheer you up!
Great drama classes are FUN. Defined largely by games, activities and an overarching sense of play, they are joyous and fulfilling activities that educate students without them ever realising they were learning. Drama builds confidence, develops creativity, empathy and concentration, improves verbal and non-verbal communication skills, encourages teamwork and collaboration etc.
When: Every Thursday and Saturday (starting from September 17)
Age: From 7 – 15 years
Cost: 15 EUR (your first trial class is for free)
September 17th is World Clean Up Day. The Regional Tourist Office (ORT) of the Mullerthal Region-Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland has joined this global movement dedicated to the prevention of litter on land and at sea. For the third time in a row, the ORT is organizing the Clean Up Day Mëllerdall.
„Every day is clean up day“
This year’s motto means that you should pay attention to nature and remove litter every day of the year. New is this year that hikers can pick up the rubbish with small wooden tongs. These are provided for free at the tourist offices in the region. It is also recommended to have a garbage bag and gloves with you to pick up the garbage.
Participate and win
If you want to take part in the Clean Up Day Mëllerdall, get your hiking group together and then register with the ORT by sending an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phoning (+352 72 04 57-1). Along with you, the ORT will look for the appropriate hiking trail for you and your hiking group.
You will find the litter collection points and the places where you can get the tongs on the homepage of the ORT, www.mullerthal.lu.
If you publish a picture of yourself or your hiking group with the filled garbage bag on Instagram or Facebook and if you tag @visitmullerthal, you can win nice prizes.
Where: Mullerthal Region
When: 17 September
KindyROO aims to enrich the learning potential and health of children, by providing a fun and educational environment in which parent and child can bond and learn together. Come along to KindyROO Luxembourg to try the acclaimed classes and understand how we can help your child to maximize their learning potential! See website below for further details!
Where: Cloche d’Or CC, level E (25, bd F.W. Raiffeisen, 2411 Luxembourg)
When: check out the detailed schedule and their Facebook posts
Age: 6 weeks – 5 years
During a small adapted guided tour, in the company of your parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters (children from 4 years old), you will discover the site of the Slate Museum. You will descend into the underground (-15 m) to get to know the slate from its place of extraction to the finished product.
Where: Musée de l’Ardoise Haut-Martelange, Maison 23, L-8823 Haut-Martelange
When: Saturdays from 10:00 to 12:00 until the 30th. October 2022
Age: 4+ yrs
Cost: 10€ / adult, 7€ / child (from 4 years old)
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
Age: Kids 4-8 years
Come and celebrate the opening of the cooking school for children and teenagers in Luxembourg and take advantage of this day to spend some time together, discover thge place and take part in one of the workshops!
Where: Gaasperech (1, rue Léopold Hoffmann)
When: 17 Sept: 10-18h
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
Age: 6+ yrs
Cost: 15 EUR – adults; 7.5 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!
During this workshop, children discover how the famous English artist John Constable manages to paint the most beautiful clouds, inspiring them to draw a stunning cloudy sky themselves.
Where: Villa Vauban, 18 avenue Emile Reuter, L-2420 Luxembourg
When: 17 Sept: 14h
Age: 6-12 yrs
Cost: Free entry for the kids, Entry fee for the parents
A number of workshops (for teenagers and adults for which registration is required) and information stands dedicated on how we cna improve our energy consumption.
Where: Pl. de l’Hôtel de Ville, 3590 Dudelange
When: 17.09.2022 09:00 – 17.09.2022 14:30
On September 17, CITIM opens the doors of its library and garden for its birthday party. From 3pm, different workshops and readings for all will be offered. We end the day together with Bartlebeegees DJs, good snacks and drinks. Full program on the website.
Where: Centre d’Information Tiers Monde, 136-138 rue Adolphe Fischer / L-1521 Luxembourg
When: 17/09/2022 @ 15:00 – 20:00
Age: 4+ years
During the Open Days weekend various businesses of all sizes and in all sectors are opening their doors to the public. There is so much to discover – see the list of businesses open to the public on the website below!
Where: various places
When: 17-18 September
Hundreds of lanterns, as well as installations, concerts and performances will create a magical world that will enchant young and old!
Where: Wiltz Martyrs’ Square, Gruberbeerig, Wiltz , Main Street, Amphitheater
When: 15-17 September: 16:00h-03h
Cost: 5/10EUR; free – kids under 12
Pumpkin fest with kids animation!
Where: Rue Irbicht, Beringen/Mersch
When: 17- 18 Sept 2022
EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK is the European Commission’s flagship awareness-raising campaign on sustainable urban mobility. It promotes behavioural change in favour of active mobility, public transport, and other clean, intelligent transport solutions. The main event takes place from 16-22 September each year, culminating in the popular Car-Free Day. Local authorities are encouraged to use the main week to try out innovative planning measures, promote new infrastructure and technologies, measure air quality, and get feedback from the public.
Where: varies – see website
When: 16-22 Sept
Check out the website for details!
Where: Kulturhaus Niederanven, 145, route de Trèves, Niederanven
When: 17-18 September
Age: 3+ yrs
Large medieval camp with demonstrations, medieval music by the Trier minstrels, Luc the magician, merchants, craftsmen, ironwork by the Hephaïstos brotherhood, games and fun by Therakulix for young and old
Where: Gréiweschlass in Koerich, Koerich Castle (Schloss Koerich), Rue du Château, 8385 Koerich
When: 17-18 Sept: Saturday, September 17, 2022 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday, September 18, 2022 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
art3f breaks the mould of traditional contemporary art fairs by giving these cultural events a human and friendly touch. Without code, without prejudice and without complexes, art3f is a clever mix between the art of the heart, the affordable art and the most beautiful artistic representation of the moment. So many reasons to discover art with your family.
Where: LuxExpo The Box, Rue Carlo Hemmer, L-1347 Luxembourg-Kirchberg, South Entrance
When: 16-18 Sept
Age: all ages
Cost: Adult : 10 euros; Free for accompanied minors
Where: Poppespënnchen, Place de Saintignon, L-4698 Lasauvage
When: 17-18 Sept
Age: 3+ years
Cost: 8 EUR – kids; 10 EUR – adults
Pick your own apples (don’t forget to take your own bags)! And at home why don’t you prepare those delicious Apple Rose tarts!
Where: Vergers de Steinsel, Plateau de Steinsel
When: Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays from 14 to 18 hours.
Cost: Free; you pay the price of the apples only
Nothing Is Permanent is a large exhibition of sculptures in the public spaces of the city of Esch-sur-Alzette. Starting from the Place de l’Hôtel de Ville, a circular route connects 23 monumental works by established and emerging international artists. Whether playful, contemplative or uncanny, they question the role of art in a rapidly changing urban and social context, while encouraging viewers to discover or rediscover the capital of the South from new angles.
Where: Starting point Place de l’Hôtel de Ville, Esch-sur-Alzette
When: Until 11 November
Age: all ages
The trampoline park, consisting of 10 normal trampolines, is located opposite the youth hostel Echternach and is open for children from April until the end of September (02.04 – 25.09).
Where:Youth hostel Echternach, 100, rue Grégoire Schouppe, L-6479 Echternach
When: 02.04 – 25.09
Cost: see website
What Is Hip Hop Dance? Hip hop dance is a style of street dance form that evolved from hip hop culture and hip hop music. It borrows elements from a number of different styles like African dance, tap, and ballet. Hip hop dance began as a freestyle dance performed in the streets by dance crews. We dance only on positive music! Hip hop dance moves are fast and explosive to match the tempo of the music. It’s a high intensity workout that will boost your strength and stamina. Previous registration is requested: email@example.com
Where: 18 rue du Fort Wallis, L-2714, Luxembourg
When: Starting from September 18: every Sunday
Age: from 4 till 13+ (including adults)
Cost:15 EUR (your first trial class is for free)
Take the kids to this one of a kind Soap Box race! Presentation of the soap boxes: from 12 o’clock; Start: 2 pm; Award ceremony: 5 pm in the market place
Where: J.-F. Kennedy Street, Differdange
When: 18 September: 14-18hh
Where: Parc Merveilleux, Bettembourg
When: 18 September: 11:15h
Age: 4+ yrs
– around 24 km from Luxembourg city (Château de Preisch, 2 rue des Lilas, 57570 Basse-Rentgen, France): Treasure Hunts – weekends from 23.04-16.10
– around 45 km from Luxembourg city (Château de Malbrouck, 57480 Manderen, France): European heritage Days – 17-18 Sept
– around 46 km from Luxembourg city (Château des Ducs de Lorraine Sierck-les-Bains,rue du Château, 57480 Sierck les Bains, France ): Heritage Day – 18 Sept
– 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): The Irresixtible Domain – until 18 September
– around 64 km from Luxembourg city (Metz, France):Various workshops for kids
– around 68 km from Luxembourg city (Eifelpark, Weißstraße 12, 54647 Gondorf, Germany): Light Show at Eifel Park – until 3 Oct
– around 71 km from Luxembourg city (Cueillette de Peltre, Avenue de Strasbourg, 57245 Peltre): Pick Your Own Veggies/Fruits
– around 145 km from Luxembourg city (Charleville-Mézières, France): International Puppet Festival –14-18 Sept 2022
– around 158 km from Luxembourg city (The Labyrinth of Barvaux-sur-Ourthe, Rue Basse Commène, 6940 Barvaux, Belgium, 10 mins from Durbuy): Pinnocchio labyrinth: 2 July – 2 October 202
Discover all options in our 1001 Things To Do With Kids In And Around Luxembourg Guide!
And you shouldn’t forget about the 1001 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…..…..Check out our main site for some sample ideas!
There are more activities happening this weekend. So check out our Weekly Recurrent Activities page!
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
Stay safe and healthy!