A giant, 350 m2 sandpit with deckchairs and beach umbrellas,a piano, an area for pétanque and snacks and refreshments booths – no swimming though!
Where: la place du Théâtre, Lux ville
When: from Saturday, 11 July to Sunday, 13 September: Every day between 10:00 and 22:00
Age: all ages
Come to the Kinnekswiss in the municipal park and enjoy a laid-back, family-friendly “lounge” space with deck chairs, drinks and snacks, or take a ride on the enormous Ferris wheel to admire the panoramic views of our gorgeous city.here.
Where: Kinnekswiss, Lux ville
When: 11 July to Sunday, 13 September 2020: Every day from 11:00 to 22:00
Take a break from shopping and enjoy the small fairground attractions set up in the city’s pedestrian areas.Food and drink establishments, confectioners, shooting galleries, hook-a-duck stands, small games and market stalls/sales booths will be plying their trade at their usual rates
Where: throughout Lux ville – check out the website for details
When: 11 July to Sunday, 13 September 2020: hours vary depending on the locations. check out the website for details
Cost: carousels and children’s attractions are free of charge.
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. Access to the site is free of charge, food and drink establishments, confectioners, shooting galleries, hook-a-duck stands, small games and market stalls/sales booths will be plying their trade at their usual rates. Merry-go-rounds, children’s rides and bumper cars are free for the public to enjoy.
Where: Laval Park, Place de Roedgen, Place Auguste Laurent, Place de la Constitution, Place Jeanne d’Arc, Merl Park, Rue de Strasbourg, Place Thorn
When: 18 July – 13 September: every day from 11:00 to 22:00
Cost: Merry-go-rounds, children’s rides and bumper cars are free for the public to enjoy.
The Lëtzebuerg City Museum provides its public with a mobile app titled –
“Lëtzebuerg City Museum – The Luxembourg Story. Join Mil and Édouard on the “Kids Tour”, a simplified audio guide specially for our little visitors. Through informative and lively conversations, Mil and Édouard invite you on a 1000 years time journey through the exhibition. Directional indications in form of pictures with arrows help you for orientation in the rooms to easily find your way to the next stations. Additionally the app offers a “Kids quiz” where you can test your newly acquired knowledge. Do you manage to collect all 10 bones?
Where: Lëtzebuerg City Museum, 14, rue du Saint-Esprit, L-2090 Luxembourg
Age: 7+ yrsall ages
Check out the website for details!
Where: Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain, 41, rue Notre Dame, 2240 Luxembourg, Luxembourg
When: 5-6 September
Age: 3-12 years
Cost: see website
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…..Check out our main site for some sample ideas!
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