The Slate Museum at Haut-Martelange really takes visitors back in time as they explore the industrial and social structures in place at its 8-hectare site.
The Luxembourg Aviation Museum in Mondorf-les-Bains is intended as the foundations of a national survey of Luxembourg’s aeronautical heritage and is updated regularly.
The Peppange Rural and Artisanal Museum opened in 1999 and is established in a large old farm dating from 1849 where it displays a host of items from country life in past centuries. Alongside the restored agricultural machinery, which is still usable today, numerous workshops offer insights into the painstaking and backbreaking work that went into the artisanal crafts of the villages.
“Minett Park in Fond-de-Gras” covers an area marked by its extraordinary natural potential with green valleys which had a whole series of mining tunnels piercing its sides. With the railway line linking this valley to the town of Pétange, the iron ore extracted in the Fond-de-Gras could be transported to the steel factories in Luxembourg and abroad. Today, carefully restored vintage carriages take passengers on a real journey through time.
The Printing Museum mainly looks at the technical development of printing in Luxembourg, mostly from 1850 to 1950.