The title speaks for itself: An exhibition of 11 women who developed their passion for art in the evening classes of Claudine Maillet.+
The reconstruction of Luxembourg (1944 - 1960). A double exhibition in collaboration with the Musée National d'Histoire Militaire.+
In the historical heart of Diekirch, the MH[s]D offers you a glimpse on the secrets of an often misjudged past and its reflections in today’s everyday life. Discover in a playful way objects and approaches of the archaeologist, investigations of the historian, observations of the geologist, the urban phenomena or furthermore, the mysteries of believes.+
Since 2011, the Diekirch Museum of History[s] has opened its doors. For those curious about the city’s history, this address should not be ignored: Prehistoric artifacts, Roman remains, a medieval crypt, documents from the modern era, memories of the industrial revolution and current affairs… everything is on display in the five rooms of the permanent exhibition.
Next to the museum is the House of Culture, in which monthly changing thematic exhibitions or exhibitions of local, regional and international artists are shown.
Tuesday-Sunday (closed on Mondays): 10 a.m. – 18 p.m.
Closing dates: 01.01, 25.12, Sunday of carnival, Al Dikkrich
Children (<12 years old) : free admission
Kids, pupils, students and adolescents (<26 years old) :
(only with student card): free admission
Groups (10 adults or more) : 3 €/person
Luxembourg Card: free admission
Guided Tours : (on appointment)
70 €/1 hour
85 €/1 hour +1/2
100 €/ 2 hours
every additional hour +30 €
Classes from Diekirch: Free entrance
Other classes: 3€/person