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European Museum Schengen

Rue Robert Goebbels, Schengen 5444, Luxembourg
+352 26 66 58 10
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Quiet and Useful!

We arrived there about 17:15 and it was open but we were the only visitors in the museum! There... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Elyas P
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Voorschoten, The Netherlands
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Learn what there is to learn about the EU

Very interesting setup, with interactive information stations. And a nice Bistro just besides it... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2017
Nickybeegee
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Schengen, Luxembourg
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After the renovation works, the European Museum is open from now on every day from 10 am to 5 pm (until 6 pm from 26 March) In the << Musee europeen Schengen >> you can experience Europe at first hand ! The museum located in the Three-Border-Region Luxembourg-France-Germany, was inaugurated in June 2010 and its permanent exhibition offers all the information on the famous << Schengen Agreement >> and its European context. Discover Europe without borders in three languages and don't miss to create your own Schengen passport !
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Rue Robert Goebbels, Schengen 5444, Luxembourg
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We arrived there about 17:15 and it was open but we were the only visitors in the museum! There were lots of information about EU's history. In front of the museum there were a beautiful pedestrian with EU members flags and their names on their...More

Thank Elyas P
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Very interesting setup, with interactive information stations. And a nice Bistro just besides it, so you can have a refreshing beer on the terrace afterwards, with view on the Moselle river.

Thank Nickybeegee
Reviewed 1 April 2017 via mobile

Some information about Schengen and some pictures. Nice location and entrance is free. Not a museum, but that was not expected.

Thank Erik W
Reviewed 1 February 2017 via mobile

Many of the people wouldn't be aware of the existence of this palce until one visits the one at Luxembourg.Close to Germany and France,considered as birth place of Schengen countries.Displays the different treaties signed with european contries before joining the Schengen group. Have a free...More

2  Thank Midz15
Reviewed 3 August 2016

Museum is free of entry charge. Bit small museum but with all history how created a Schengen zone, participated country, lot of information about EU and Schengen village. Also exhibition of all Custom Cap from all EU member country and Passports from all EU country

1  Thank Dominik W
Reviewed 11 June 2016

I liked the place in general and museum its self as it is really interactive my suggestion to come here who is driving around

Thank Rodion S
Reviewed 14 February 2016 via mobile

It's not too big but worth the visit if it's on the way or you're close by, only took about 20 min for us. Interesting to think of how big a difference the open borders have made.

Thank ewint2006
Reviewed 15 December 2015

Whilst it is worth visiting if you are in the area it is not somewhere one would make a special trip to visit. The bistro next door is however very good.

Thank luxlink2015
Reviewed 30 November 2015

We were in Luxembourg for a day and planned to visit Schengen on the way back to Germany. Its about 30 miles from Luxembourg and we had a car to get around. It was a great visit - we reached quite late and this closes...More

Thank GhumakkadCookie
Reviewed 28 October 2015

This museum has a great deal of information on the Schengen states and the agreement process, the people involved and the outcomes. It is free to enter, and the information is freely available. Some interesting online quizzes test your knowledge.

Thank glts
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