1. Luxembourg: City Line Bus and Museum Pass Combi-Ticket
This exclusive combi-ticket enables you to enjoy a sightseeing tour on the City Line bus and to visit the 7 museums of Luxembourg City at your own pace. Visit 7 of Luxembourg’s top museums and explore the city at your own pace with this City Line bus ticket. Your museum pass is valid for 48-hours, so you’ll be able to visit the museums over 2 days in the order that you wish. Included with your museum pass is a 24-hour hop-on hop-off bus ticket. The City line route goes through the Upper Town with its European and financial districts. The seven museums of the association "d'Stater Muséeën" 1. Villa Vauban – Musée d’art de la Ville de Luxembourg (closed on Tuesdays) The 19th-century bourgeois villa with its contemporary extension is located in the heart of the city, in the middle of a historic park inviting you to relax. The exhibitions organized at Villa Vauban draw on collections consisting mainly of 17th-century Dutch works and 19th-century French history and landscape paintings. 2. Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art Contemporain (closed on Tuesdays) The flagship contemporary art institution in Luxembourg, is dedicated exclusively to contemporary creation. The art centre holds exhibitions with an international programme of mainly younger-generation artists. 3. Lëtzebuerg City Museum (closed on Mondays) The museum, located in the heart of the old town, is housed in a restored complex of historic houses. On three levels, partly carved in the rock, visitors discover the history of the city through original objects and topographical reconstructions as well as a mobile application. Temporary exhibitions are regularly held on the two upper levels. 4. Musée national d’histoire et d’art (closed on Mondays) In its central building, inaugurated in 2002 and three ancient town houses renovated in 2015, the National Museum of History and Art offers more than 6.000 m2 of exhibition space presenting its encyclopedic collections. 5. Musée national d’histoire naturelle ‘Natur Musée’ (closed on Mondays) The collections of the National Museum of Natural History reflect more than 160 years of the Institute's history and above all the dynamism and commitment of its curators and their collaborators. 6. Musée Dräi Eechelen (closed on Mondays) An exceptional historic landmark, the restored remains of Fort Thungen, built in 1732-33, has been hosting the Museum Drai Eechelen -Fortress, History, Identities since 2012. 7. Mudam Luxembourg (closed on Tuesdays) The Mudam - Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean opened in 2006 in a purpose-built building designed by the renowned Sino-American architect Ieoh Ming Pei and located in the Park Draï Eechelen, overlooking the historic city of Luxembourg.