The Duchess of Cambridge is visiting some of Luxembourg's most popular museums and attractions during her one-day visit to the country on Thursday. Kate is participating in the official commemoration of the 1867 Treaty of London and will attend a series of events to celebrate the cultural and historic ties between the UK and Luxembourg. Get all the details on the tourist destinations Kate is visiting during her one-day engagement, and how you can visit them for yourself.
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Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art
Abbreviated to Mudam, this museum of modern art is located in Luxembourg City and has been open to the public since July 2006. During her visit to the museum Kate will be able to see works of art from contemporary artists such as Andy Warhol, Grayson Perry and Hussein Chalayan among others, along with the current sculpture exhibition from British sculptor Tony Cragg. Entrance costs €7 for adults and free for visitors under 21. Plan your visit at mudam.lu.
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Located in the centre of Luxembourg City, Place Clairefontaine is a small square that is home to a monument of Grand Duchess Charlotte, as well the building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. During her short visit to the square, Kate will unveil another mural before going on to meet the Grand Duke and the Grand Duchess at Grand Ducal Palace.
Grand Ducal Palace
The Grand Ducal Palace is the town residence of the Grand Duke and Grand Duchess of Luxembourg, and has an impressive 16th century exterior design. Members of the public can take a guided tour of the palace during the summer between 15 July and 3 September 2017, with visits costing €12 for adults and €6 for children. Plan your tour at lcto.lu.
Luxembourg City Museum
Kate will also pay a visit to the Luxembourg City History Museum, which shows the thousand-year history of Luxembourg through exhibitions which explore its origins in the 10th century through to the present day. The museum costs €5 for adults to visit; see more information at citymuseum.lu.
Draï Eechelen Museum
The final stop on Kate's whirlwind tour of Luxembourg is the Draï Eechelen Museum, which is located in the fully-restored 18th century Fort Thüngen. The museum houses hundreds of artefacts which illustrate the history of Luxembourg in impressive underground galleries. Entrance is €5 and free for people under the age of 26, see more at m3e.public.lu.
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