General Patton Memorial Museum Ettelbruck
Military equipment of the U.S. and German forces. Historical exhibition of the events of the Second World War. Documentation on the life of General Patton.
The museum of the battle of the bulge 1944-1945
The museum is dedicated principally to terrifying experience of the Battle of the Bulge, fought between 16th December 1944 and 21st January 1945, the date when Wiltz was finally liberated.
Photos bring to life the heroism of soldiers and civilians that contributed to the final liberation of the Grand Duchy and the northern Oesling region. As well, extra insight is given by the documents, paintings, uniforms, and military hardware on display.
Nationales Museum mit Mikrobrauerei und Gerberei
In the ancient stables of the castle, the National Museum of the Art of Brewing with its historic "Jhang Primus" café and mini-brewery is sure to appeal to all beer collectors and enthusiasts. Guided tours with beer tasting and brewing seminar on request. The Museum of Tanning demonstrates the former tanneries of Wiltz.
Victor Hugo Haus Literatur Museum
Set up in the restored mansion where the famous French poet and novelist lived, this museum exhibits the painting, texts and personal possessions of the author, who spent several months there in 1871 during his exile.
The Vianden City History Museum
The Vianden City History Museum captures the exact image of 18th and 19th century interiors, tells the history of the thousand-year old town and houses the bakery museum and the museum about the national poet Dicks.
EXHIBITION OF MODEL BUILDINGS
The museum has an exceptional collection of models of old Luxembourgish castles and palaces.
Museum of THE ARDENNAL BATTLE
Exhibited are uniforms and weapons that were used during this battle. On the 9th September 1944 the American troops liberated Pétange, on September 10th the capital Luxembourg and finally the entire country. On the 16th December Hitler tried with a new attack on the Luxembourg Ardennes, to achieve the port of Antwerp, but the resistance of the American troops led to the huge battle of the Ardennes. On February 12th, Luxembourg finally became a free country again.
TOY MUSEUM CLERVAUX
This private collection is a paradise for children big and small. You will find exhibitions on trains, cars, toy soldiers, dolls and other toys of yesteryear. Visit only on request.
The Family of Man
The Family of Man is made up of 503 photographs by 273 artists, from 68 countries, brought together by Edward Steichen for the New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Presented for the first time in 1955, the exhibition was meant as a manifesto for peace and the fundamental equality of mankind via the humanist photography of the post-war years. Images by artists such as Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Dorothea Lange, Robert Doisneau, August Sander and Ansel Adams were staged in a modernist and spectacular manner.
HISTORY MUSEUM OF THE BREWERY DIEKIRCH
Private collection retracing how the advertisements of the Diekirch brewery have developed over more than a century. Exhibition of 1000 items (match boxes, neon signs, glasses, lithographs, marble, etc.).
The National Military History Museum diekirch
The National Military History Museum in Diekirch tells the story of the Battle of Bulge (1944-45). Some of the main exhibits are detailed life-size models that give clear views of the struggles faced by soldiers and civilians. As well, there are permanent exhibitions dedicated to the Luxembourgish Army, allied soldiers in the First and Second World Wars, and the Korean War. There is a large collection of military equipment, vehicles, documents, photos, maps, personal items, and more.
MUSEUM OF POSTSTATION AND MUSEUM OF WRITING UTENSILS
The former post point of the 16th century recalls its original purpose: an inn where people could recover, rest and change horses. The Museum tells the history of the exciting age of royal and imperial mail transported from Antwerp to Rome.
The Museum of Writing Utensils
This museum is devoted mainly to writing tools and their evolution over time. Arranged by style, materials and themes, objects are accompanied by numerous illustrations showing the different periods of history.
THE WATER MILL MUSEUM
This museum houses an interesting exhibition on the operation and equipment of an old water mill.
KULTURHUEF MUSÉE, KINO, BISTRO
Print and Playing Card Museum of Luxembourg
The "Print and Playing Card Museum of Luxembourg" presents two permanent exhibitions.
Expo „Jean Dieudonné“
The exhibition on playing cards retraces the history of playing cards with a special focus on the Dieudonné family that produced playing cards in Grevenmacher for 5 generations. The exhibition, which was completely redesigned in 2011, is captivating due to its child-friendliness and interactive exhibits that offer fun for the entire family.
Expo „Gutenberg Revisited“
The newly revised exhibition “Gutenberg Revisited” gives a comprehensive and detailed form to the history of printing and offers not only many new objects, a clear timeline and continuous texts in three languages (DE, FR, EN), the visitor can also print a souvenir on a historical hand press.
Multilingual free guided tours and a wide range of workshops complete the museum programme.
Group tours through both exhibitions can be organised on request.
The site equally houses a charming cinema presenting not only an ever-changing lineup of the newest blockbusters but also a varied array of arthouse films. The amiable atmosphere of the Kulturhuef Bistro reinforces one of the main missions of the Kulturhuef, namely to provide a dynamic and integrative space for the community in Grevenmacher and beyond.
Programm and scheduling can be found on www.kulturhuef.lu