European Museum Schengen

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European Museum Schengen

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The Spirit of Europe: European Information Centre

The small, picturesque winegrowing village of Schengen in the Three Country Corner became world-famous over 30 years ago as a positive symbol of open borders in Europe. At the European Museum in Schengen, you can gain an insight into the Schengen Agreement. Visitors also learn a great deal about the history of Europe. Stroll across the Place des Étoiles (Stars Square) where you’ll find the Columns of the Nations and an original piece of the Berlin Wall. Walk along the riverside promenade where the boats are moored, and take a look at the three steel monuments on the Place de l’Accord de Schengen.

Guided tours for groups on request.

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Opening hours

Opening hours
  A.M P.M
Monday 10h00 17h00
Tuesday 10h00 17h00
Wednesday 10h00 17h00
Thursday 10h00 17h00
Friday 10h00 17h00
Saturday 10h00 17h00
Sunday 10h00 17h00


November-March: Mo-Su from 10 AM - 5 PM | April to October: Mo-Su from 10 AM - 6 PM


01.11 | 24.12 - 01.01


  • Disabled access
  • Guided tour
  • Cafeteria
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6, rue Robert Goebbels
L-5444 Schengen
Tel.: +352 26 66 58 10

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