The “Kulturhuef” in Grevenmacher is a museum, a cinema and a bistrot. But new works of art are also constantly being created here, because workshops for children are held regularly. In any case, there is a lot to discover.
For example, the only playing card museum in the greater region. It is dedicated to Jean Dieudonné, the founder of a dynasty of playing card makers who settled in Grevenmacher in 1754 and produced mainly for the foreign market.
Since July 2018, the permanent exhibition on letterpress printing entitled “Gutenberg Revisited” has also been on display here. This exhibition was awarded the label “2018 Année Européenne du patrimoine culturel #EuropeForCulture”. A whole series of workshops revolves around printing, but not only.
You can find the whole programme here.
On afternoons with no school, the “Kidslab” runs courses of three hours, depending on the subject and technique, for children from 4 to 12 years.
Information for parents:
- Address: 54, rte de Trèves, L-6793 Grevenmacher. Tel. +352 267 464 1.Web:www.kulturhuef.lu, Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org The museum is open daily from 14:00 to 18:00. It is closed on Mondays.
- Access by car: A1 Luxembourg-Luxembourg-Trier motorway. Exit 14 “Mertert-Wasserbillig, direction Grevenmacher, first roundabout at the entrance of Grevenmacher.
- Arrival by bus from Luxembourg/City: Line 130 to Grevenmacher station, platform 1, journey time about 40 minutes, every half hour.
- Arrival by train: nearest stops: Wasserbillig (L) and Wellen (D), from Wasserbillig continue by bus, line 485, every 10 minutes. From Wellen: Footpath approx. 15 minutes.