MUAR - Musée vun der Aarbecht + Musée FERRUM

Where? 14, Rue Pierre Schiltz, L-3786 Tetange

Putting Work and local history center stage

An initiative inspired by the European Capital of Culture – Esch 2022, the MUAR – Musée vun der Aarbecht is Luxembourg’s first museum of work. “MUAR” being a wordplay resembling ‘tomorrow’ in the regions dialect, we aim to bring this immaterial phenomenon of ‘work’ in its broadest sense to life and closer to the public.

Honouring the industrial and cultural heritage of the Minett, the southern region of the country, the MUAR will allow visitors to gain insight and perspective into the past, present and future world of work. They will learn about the women and men who have been and are shaping the country’s economy and society.

As a transportable as well as a physical space, we will highlight the complex and universal themes around freedom, power, money and human rights through curating and hosting short and long – term exhibitions, seminars, conferences, concerts and informative workshops that are unlimited in its form or place.

On the same site is also the Musée "FERRUM", which as a local museum tells the history of Kayl, contains an art exhibition and also illuminates the industrial history of the 19th and 20th centuries. This is particularly about the industrial companies that have settled in the municipality. These have a rich history: the "Buggie" minecarts typical of Luxembourg were manufactured in Kayl.

Opening hours

Opening hours are subject to change. Please check them before your visit in order to be sure.
Thursday07.03.2024 : 14:00 - 18:00
Friday08.03.2024 : 14:00 - 18:00
Saturday09.03.2024 : 14:00 - 18:00
Sunday10.03.2024 : 14:00 - 18:00


Address: MUAR - Musée vun der Aarbecht
14, Rue Pierre Schiltz
L-3786 Tetange

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  • Let creativity flow

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