For two hours, an experienced guide will take the children (recommended age 4 to 12 years) and their companions through the city centre in search of the many animals hidden there, including lions, a lizard and even a unicorn.
For Easter, the children must also search for a very special animal: the "Péckvillchen”. Several "Péckvillercher", small clay whistling birds traditionally sold on Easter Monday at the Éimaischen, are hidden along the way. Keep your eyes open!
Points of interest
National Museum of Natural History
Fancy for ScienceVisitors come to the ‘natur musée’ because they are interested in natural history and natural sciences in general, or because the issues raised in the permanent and temporary exhibits...
Lëtzebuerg City Museum
The Luxembourg Story, more than 1000 years of urban historyLëtzebuerg City Museum, permanent ExhibitionThe Lëtzebuerg City Museum presents its permanent exhibition The Luxembourg Story.On the th...
Luxembourg House is a concept store that values local Luxembourgish producers.
At Cityshopping Infopoint you can find practical information for shopping in Luxembourg City.
Luxembourg City Tourist Office, Place Guillaume II
Number of people
Guided tour with stairways and climbs. Certain parts are not passable with strollers and wheel chairs.
|Child from 4 to 12 years old||7,5€|
|Students and seniors||12€|