Embark on a 2-hour city tour with the Luxembourg City Tourist Office and explore art in an urban setting. During this tour, you will see works of art that were created specifically for the public space and thus do not commemorate a person or an event.
In Luxembourg City, most of the existing artworks were erected between the mid 19th century and the early 2000s. It was not until the 1900s that art was actively created for public spaces, i.e. artworks that were placed in urban spaces solely for their aesthetics.
The duration of the tour is approximately 2 hours. The tour starts at Place Guillaume II and ends at Villa Vauban (Luxembourg City Art Museum) where you have the opportunity to buy a ticket to visit the current exhibition. More information can be found at villavauban.lu.
This tour is organised in collaboration with the Lëtzebuerg City Museum and Villa Vauban.