Event date

11 August

Time

10h30

Language(s)

FR

Max. participants

20

The Parc Tony Neuman at Limpertsberg features a collection of sculptures, some of which were created by renowned Luxembourg sculptors. It is home to modern sculptures, beautiful rose bushes and a small children's playground. Born in the last century, Tony Neuman (1902-1979) played a leading role in the economic and cultural development of modern Luxembourg. An erudite botanist, he brought back seeds from all over the world to create this park of rare trees, a veritable collection of trees to which he added sculptures.

Like the great Luxembourg philanthropists of the post-war period, he bequeathed the park to the Red Cross.

Location: Parc Tony Neuman
Entrance: 149a, av. de la Faïencerie, 1511 Luxembourg, opposite the entrance to the Uni.lu Limpertsberg Campus


Lucien Wercollier (1908–2002), L'envol, 1967, marbre blanc, © Les 2 Musées de la Ville de Luxembourg

Other date

14 July 10h30 (EN)

Duration

1:00

Price

Free

Registration

T +352 4796 4900
visites@2musees.vdl.lu