Where to take kids on a weekend

This article offers several options for the entertainment of the young ones in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, sometimes well-mixed with the relaxation of their parents.

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Children's free time is usually difficult to arrange. Adults can change places or activities they do not like without disturbing anyone. Children go to their parents when they are unhappy. We have collected a few options that will help you spend the weekend with the whole family and, most importantly, save energy and your nerves.

Travel to the countryside

An affordable way to spend time and a great way to get to know the Grand Duchy. The perfect option if your children love to travel. Put them in the car and let's go.

The easiest way to find accommodation outside the city is to visit a specialized website. There is a huge choice of hotels and campsites where you can stay.

It all depends on how far you are willing to travel and your personal preferences. However, there are some popular places.

Harry Dona, Unsplash
Harry Dona, Unsplash
Farmhouse in Fromburger
Escher Deierepark
Kass Haff Farm

Vacation in the city — free of charge

Weekends without travel can be just as productive. If you can't or don't want to get away, it's easy to find things to do in the cities.

Parks and children's playgrounds
Pirate ship
Petrusse Skate Park
Paris in Luxembourg

Museums and indoor activities

A win-win option if the weekend suddenly bursts into a downpour. It also saves you from the summer heat, by the way.

National Museum of Natural History
Aquapark Les Thermes
Park Yoyo

Other museums

There are many museums and exhibitions in Luxembourg. There is a tram museum, a chocolate museum, a doll museum, and so on. It is better to choose the most suitable place for you in advance. Or just start your excursion through the list.

Thomas Evraert, Unsplash
Thomas Evraert, Unsplash

Interesting in the neighborhood

Luxembourg's neighbors — Belgium, Germany, and France — also have much to offer. There are majestic castles, breathtaking nature, and plenty of entertainment.

Special mention should be made of Disneyland in Paris and Europa-Park in Germany. But these are more for thrill seekers. Although there will be something for children to see here. It should be said right away that very young children should be closely supervised — it is easy to get lost here.

Aventure Parc

Belgian amusement park in Wavre. Guests can choose from a wide variety of activities. From a rope park to laser tag. Want to try ziplining or bungee jumping? Then this is the place for you. Both children and adults will be satisfied.

Address: Rue Sainte-Anne 152, 1300 Wavre, Belgium.

Some alternatives

In fact, the places we have listed are just a drop in the ocean of all the activities for children that exist in the Grand Duchy. It would be impossible to describe all of them in a single article. However, you can always check out the current events and attractions and choose the one that suits you best.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Where to go with kids for the weekend

Is Luxembourg baby friendly

What to do on a rainy day in Luxembourg with kids

We took photos from these sources: Francisco Rioseco for Unsplash, Harry Dona, Unsplash Oakville News, Unsplash Thomas Evraert, Unsplash

Authors: Kristina
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