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European Museum Schengen

Schengen

Even 35 years after the first agreement was signed, the term 'Schengen' is still a symbol for the freedom of movement and the abolishment of borders in Europe. Inaugurated in 2010, the European Museum is dedicated to the history and significance of the Schengen Agreement. The permanent exhibition – spread over 200m2 – retraces the development from a Europe of borders towards a more unified Europe with a common citizenship in a clear and interactive manner.

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Programme

Saturday, 20 May 2023

Guide at your disposal

14h00 - 17h00

LU, FR, DE, ENG

Discover the cradle of a Europe without borders where the Schengen Agreement was signed on 14 June 1985.

No booking required

Sunday, 21 May 2023

Guide at your disposal

14h00 - 17h00

LU, FR, DE, ENG

Discover the cradle of a Europe without borders where the Schengen Agreement was signed on 14 June 1985.

No booking required

Informations pratiques

Contact

T. (+352) 26 66 58 10

E. info@visitschengen.lu

www.visitschengen.lu


Opening hours

Saturday, 20 May: 10am-6pm

Sunday, 21 May: 10am-6pm


Free entry

Adresse

6 Rue Robert Goebbels, L-5444 Schengen

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