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Villa Vauban, Luxembourg City Art Museum

Villa Vauban, Luxembourg City Art Museum

The Villa Vauban was conceived to emphasize the historical character of its collections, consisting of art works acquired by wealthy private individuals in the 18th and 19th centuries.

The Villa Vauban, dating from 1873, was restored by Luxembourgish architects Diane Heirend and Philippe Schmit, who were able to create a link between its historical architecture and its contemporary extension.

Nestled in the heart of a park designed by French architect Edouard André, the VIlla Vauban is a haven of peace right in the middle of the municipal park.

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18, avenue Emile Reuter
L-2090 Luxembourg


From January 25th 2021, the Villa Vauban - Musée d'Art de la Ville de Luxembourg is closed in order to carry out technical works. It will reopen its doors at the beginning of June 2021. 


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