It might be dark but it’s getting lighter as it’s the penultimate weekend in January, so time to get inspired! We live in a cultural gem- no handheld devices necessary. Crafting, teacup designing, comic book browsing? Whatever they fancy, CSL’s Alex, has all your events for what to do as a family this weekend. Enjoy!
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Saturday (January 20th)
Youth Corner workshops (Registration required)
Youth corners workshops for children! More details available on the website
Where: Centre National de l’Audiovisuel, 1b rue du Centenaire, L-3475 Dudelange, Grand-Duché de Luxembourg
When: January 20th
Cost: 7 EUR
Age: 6-10 years & 10-14 years
Saturday & Sunday (January 20th-21st)
Creativ Luxembourg at LuxExpo
Craft ideas and creative material exposition. With nearly 90 stands, visitors will find endless inspiration to help develop their creativity. Workshops for kids will be available as well.
Where: Luxexpo- hall 2 , 10 circuit de la Foire Internationale, L-1347 Luxembourg-Kirchberg
When: January 19-21
Cost: 6 EUR – adults; 5 EUR – 8-14 years; free- under 7
Fashion Show Top Model Kids Luxembourg
See the semi-finalists of the biggest children’s casting in Luxembourg!
Where: Hotel Parc Alwisse, Luxembourg
When: January 20-21
Cost: 65-125 EUR
Interactive guided tour for children from 3-6 years / “A cup of tea, please” (in En, Lux, Fr, De)
During the guided tour children have to look for paintings, observe works of art, touch some paintings or draw works with specific instructions! Languages F/D/L
“A cup of tea, please” involved a visit to the exhibition after which parents, grandparents, relatives and children linger in the last room to admire the “The three gossipmongers” and porcelains. Afterwards the participants are invited to decorate their own cups! Languages En/F/D/L
Where: Villa Vauban, 18 avenue Emile Reuter, L-2420 Luxembourg
When: January 20 at 2pm: Interactive guided tour (ages 3-6); January 21 at 11am: “A cup of tea, please”
Age: 3+ years
Cost: Free / Free for kids – parents pay entry fee
Philharmonie concert: “Amatis et le cadeau inattendu”
Concert for kids!
The World of the Planets
Have a better understanding of how our solar system works by rotating the planets or by admiring the spectacular landscapes of planet Mars. A great way to keep the kids entertained while your pick up your weekly supply of grub!
Where: Shopping Center La Belle Etoile, Route d’Arlon, L-8050 Bertrange
When: January 16-27
Sunday (January 21)
Family Fitness Class
Friskis & Svettis Luxembourg offers a fun family fitness class where children and parents can run, jump, dance and play together to some great tunes! The class is one hour long and is filled with smiles, music and lots of action! Please bring good running shoes/sneakers for the kids.
Where: Ecole Francaise, 188 Avenue de la Faiencerie, 1511 Limpertsberg
When: Every Sunday at 10:30am
Age: 2-6 years (accompanied by parent(s))
Cost: First class is free (you can just show up); see website for more information on membership and fees
Bubbles and Brunch
Enjoy a buffet of cold, sweet and salty dishes all while your kids are swept off to the fantastic kids’ club that includes their own kid-friendly buffet, babysitter and lots of super fun activities to keep them busy while you sip endless Champagne.
Where: Restaurant Le Bec Fin, 5 Avenue Marie-Thérése, L-2132 Luxembourg
When: January 21 from 11:30am-2:30pm
Age: the whole family
Cost: Brunch 35 EUR, Beverage Package (endless bubbles, wine or beer) 20 EUR, Kids 12.50 EUR
Skreek – A Comic Revolution (Booking required)
Combining cinema, theater and comics, TWOF2 trains the public in the turbulent world of comic book hero Jean-Luck!
There are more activities happening this weekend listed in our recurrent weekend activities list -like Arts and Crafts for kids, Baby Sensory classes, Yoga for kids, workshops at Casino, Stories in Cité-Bibliothèque, workshops at MNHA museum , workshops in Mudam , Cinémathèque For Kids (Cinema Paradiso), Il était une fois and much more! Check all of them out here!
Events Outside Luxembourg
Skiing/Sledding Options For Kids
And here are some places, close to Luxembourg, where you can go skiing even with little ones.
– Snowhall-Amneville: indoor ski slopes, ski/sledding rental equipment available even for little ones (the smallest ski boot size is 26). There is even an indoor café/bar from which ski slopes are visible!
– Erbeskopf: ski slope, around 91 km from Luxembourg city; ski/sledding rental equipment available as well
– Les Vosges, France: around 2h30 from Luxembourg. Check the link for details of the different ski areas available. And here check the snow report.
For more options check out the City Savvy Skiing Guide!