Palace of the Grand Dukes


In its function as the city residence of the Grand Ducal family, it is situated right in the core of the Old Town.

Formerly the first town hall of the city occupied the site of the present palace; destroyed by a gunpowder explosion (1554), the town hall was rebuilt 20 years later.

In the middle of the 18th century the former City Scales were added as an extension, whereas the Parliament was built as an annex in 1859.

Since 1890 the main building has been the Palace of the Grand Dukes'.

From 1992 to 1995 it was restored thoroughly.

GUIDED TOURS FROM 16/07 - 04/09/16

Guided tours on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Closed on Wednesday.

10.00h - English
10.30h - French
11.00h - German
14.00h - German
14.30h - Luxembourgish
15.00h - Dutch
15.30h - English
16.00h - German
16.30h - French
17.00h - English


Tariffs: 10€ (adults); 5€ (children)



17, rue du Marché-aux-Herbes | L-1728 Luxembourg
Phone: +352 22 28 09


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