The interactive exhibition tells the story of a virus – from its emergence to its fight – using the example of a virus that is currently an integral part of everyday life, the COVID-19 virus. In three thematic rooms, the different stages from the recognition of the problem to the solution and its implementation are described. 

The children are actively involved in the exhibition and thus become important actors through whom the story lives on. Scientific topics and methodologies are conveyed, which are also deepened in the framework with workshops led by the scientists of “Déi kleng Fuerscher”. An interactive catalogue was produced to accompany the exhibition. 

In collaboration with: Déi kleng Fuerscher, DUKTOR Design Studio, Printing Ossa. With the support of the FNR – Fonds national de la Recherche Luxembourg.  The event will be held in compliance with the current hygiene and precautionary measures imposed by the government in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic. 

With this in mind, please respect the reservation requirement. Unfortunately, participation without prior reservation is not possible. 

Information for parents

  • The Niederanven House of Culture is located at 145, route de Trèves, L-6940 Niederanven. Telephone: 003522634731. E-mail: info@khn.lu. Website: www.khn.lu
  • You can get there by car via the A1 Trier-Luxembourg motorway. Exit 9: Zone industrielle – Niederanven – Munsbach. Direction Niederanven. Or exit 11: Senningerberg – Airport, continue on N1.  The KHN is just opposite the supermarket, where parking is available. The KHN has two parking spaces for persons with reduced mobility.  
  • By bus: bus stop Niederanven – Routscheed, line 125 (Luxembourg – Oberanven – Itzig), line 140 (Luxembourg – Canach), line 135 (Luxembourg – Grevenmacher, line 130 (Luxembourg – Grevenmacher), line 128 (Luxembourg – Junglinster), line 142 (Luxembourg – Moutfort)
  • The interactive exhibition is aimed at children between 6 and 11 years.  Admission is free of charge.  Opening hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 30.06.-28.07.2021: 14.00-17.00

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