National Museum for Historical Vehicles
The National Conservatory of Historic Vehicles is located in the former Jean Wagner car factory, the only place in the Grand Duchy dedicated to the development of the automobile. Vehicles from Luxembourg and foreign collections are on display, typical of the various periods of construction, from the very first cars to those of the Sixties. Large programme of conferences and events.
The conservatory presents the epochs of vehicle construction and related technologies from the early 19th century to the 1970s through regular thematic temporary exhibitions.
"100 years of motorised agriculture in Luxembourg" - 25.05.2021-24.10.2021
Until October 24th, the "Conservatoire National de Véhicules Historiques" invites you to immerse yourself in the history of this historical change and witness the first exhibition focusing on machines working purely in Luxembourg. With diachronic documents and photos in the "Garage Jean Wagner" halls, visitors can literally feel this significant change that has shaped agriculture in Luxembourg to this day.
Adults: 5 € Children (10 - 18 years): 3 € Students: 3 € Children < 10 years: 0 € People with limited mobility: 0 € Groups (min. 10 persons): 3 €
- Guided tour
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