Kulturhuef Musée – Print and Playing Card Museum of Luxembourg
The Print and Playing Card Museum of Luxembourg has two collections, illustrated in two permanent exhibitions.
The exhibition on playing cards goes back to the history of the former playing card production of the Dieudonné family in Grevenmacher. It stands out with its child-friendliness and interactive exhibits that offer fun for the entire family.
The exhibition Gutenberg Revisited focuses on the history of letterpress printing and not only offers many new objects, a clear timeline and texts in three languages (DE, FR, EN) throughout, but visitors can also print themselves a souvenir on a historical hand press. And for our small visitors, a children’s press for self-printing is one of the highlights of every visit. For a family-friendly visit to the museum, the accompanying booklet Gutenberg & Dieudonné for kids is available in the shop.
- Tuesday14h00 – 18h00
- Wednesday14h00 – 18h00
- Thursday14h00 – 18h00
- Friday14h00 – 18h00
- Saturday14h00 – 18h00
- Sunday14h00 – 18h00
- ClosedOn Mondays
- Free admission
- 54 route de Trèves, L-6793 Grevenmacher
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- T (+352) 26 74 64 1
- Busline 130, stop Grevenmacher-Gare, platform 1, duration ca. 40 min., every 30 min.
- TrainStops Wasserbillig (LU) and Wellen (DE)
- CarHighway A1 Lux-Trier, exit 14 "Mertert-Wasserbillig"