School holidays can be the perfect time to explore activities such as science clubs and centres in Luxembourg.

Joseph Rodesch, more commonly known as 'Mr. Science', and Dr. Michèle Weber talk us through what's on offer to engage young minds with science in Luxembourg.

The Natural History Museum in Luxembourg is a great place to start, offering workshops, camps and clubs for young people aged 6 to 18:

Science Centres in Luxembourg include:

Science Centre in Differdange
Musée Tudor in Rosport
Park Sënnesräich in Lullange

Explore Science in Luxembourg this summer

Online options from Luxembourg, if you want to keep them occupied 'productively' while you're working:

To take a look at all of the organisations involved in science-based activities in Luxembourg check out this site.
And the Science Festival returns to Luxembourg this November:

  • Neumünster Abbey in Luxemburg Grund, 11 - 14 November; interactive science workshops and shows. 

Joseph Rodesch and Michèle Weber are science communicators with Science.lu which is part of FNR.

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