One of the buildings of the Luxembourg City Museum has been undergoing restoration since 2018. This is a building with a long history. In the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, famous figures of Luxembourgish history lived here, including the noble Pescatore family and the lawyer Jean-Francois Probst.
After the city museum acquired this building in the middle of the 20th century, a small restaurant and vollékskichen, a social kitchen, opened in it. Now, after restoration, the restaurant has reopened.
And on the second floor, after renovations, an “entertainment room” was opened, first created back in the 19th century. Visitors will be able to see for the first time restored 200-year-old paintings and decorations created by the artist Antoine Fontaine. Including a delightful panorama of the Alzette river valley. Moreover, it can be immediately compared with reality - the view of the valley, which inspired the panorama, opens from the windows of the entertainment room.