At the moment, in the seven museums of the capital, on the account of the nights which separate us from the fateful Saturday. After a 2020 edition canceled due to the Covid, Museum Night is finally back and is also celebrating its 20th anniversary. The museum sector has been impacted by the pandemic and there “we are happy to see our visitors again”, underlines Laura Zaccaria, state coordinator of the museum. “And again, we were lucky not to experience very long periods of confinement, as was the case, for example, in France”.
Saturday, 5 p.m. to 1 a.m., in the capital’s seven museums. Shuttles between museums.
As a result, in 2020, the country’s museums “experienced an average drop of 40 to 50% in attendance”. The only effect is that “as many residents have spent their holidays in the Grand Duchy, some have positively pushed the door of a museum for the first time. We hope to have retained them. For 2021, we see a recovery ”.
To welcome the guests this Saturday, we have therefore put the small dishes in the big ones with guided tours, music, performances, workshops, culinary surprises. And the Casino Luxembourg is organizing an after party where it will be possible to dance until 3 a.m. to the sound of DJs. Museum Night will be under the CovidCheck regime. The self-test will not be accepted, but the City’s free certified test center will be open until 9 p.m.
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