Where? Rue de Hussigny, L-4580 Differdange
Visit Diﬀerdange’s historic mine
A true piece of Differdange’s historical heritage, the Grôven Mine was in operation until 1957 and has now opened its doors to the public. What is a mine? How did the miners live? What tools did they use? How did they work? What was all this for? The answers to these questions and many more can be found in the depths of this gallery, which has been fully renovated to accommodate visitors. Short sound bites recount the main stages of the mine’s history in a few minutes. Visitors can look at old photos and tools, peer into cavities and breathe in the smell of hard work. You can just imagine all the noise and activity and what was the daily life of the miners was like. At the Grôven Mine, visitors can experience for themselves the important role mining has played in Luxembourg’s history.
Where? 5, Rue du Commerce, L-3450 Dudelange
Fossils, industrial and local history in one large combined collection
Where? 38, Rue de Crauthem, L-3390 Peppange
What was life in the countryside like nearly 200 years ago?
Where? 21, Rue de Crauthem, L-3390 Peppange
There are 33 historic horse-drawn carriages dating back to the 19th century to be admired here.
Where? Rue Gare-Usines, L-3481 Dudelange
Migration history and the background of cultural diversity in Luxembourg - you will learn a lot here
Where? Centre Formida - Rue Jean-Pierre Bausch, L-4023 Esch-sur-Alzette
The first museum in the world to aim, in a playful and original way, to provoke reflection on the current and future management of our resources.
Where? 1b, rue du Centenaire, L-3475 Dudelange
Exhibitions in the heart of Luxembourg’s industrial heritage
Where? Avenue du Rock'n'Roll, L-4361 Esch-sur-Alzette
A piece of world heritage: The Blast furnaces in the City of Science
Where? rue Pierre Hamer, L-4737 Pétange
Where? Rue Principale, L-4698 Lasauvage
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