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Musee National des Mines de Fer Luxembourgeoises

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Real gem

We were very pleasant surprised by this museum - guided visit was only in German but it was very... read more

Reviewed 22 July 2017
Nela Z
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A must do to understand the history of Luxembourg!

Everything is said in my title. This museum helps to understand how Luxembourg developed from an... read more

Reviewed 27 April 2017
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
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Rue de la Bruyere, Rumelange 3714, Luxembourg
+352 56 56 88
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Reviewed 22 July 2017 via mobile

We were very pleasant surprised by this museum - guided visit was only in German but it was very professional done. Museum is very nice made in one of the mind tunnels and it took more than two hours for a guided tour. Mine is...More

2  Thank Nela Z
Reviewed 27 April 2017

Everything is said in my title. This museum helps to understand how Luxembourg developed from an agricultural into an industrial country, and how this created the baseline for the wealth of the country nowadays. It also helps understand the hard work people had to do...More

1  Thank sergeorban1971
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

The tour takes about two hours. A train takes you underground for several kilimeters, and lets you out at the tour area. You walk about a half km. through tunnels, rooms and galleries with mining exhibits. They illustrate the history of iron mining in Luxembourg...More

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Reviewed 27 January 2017

We had a guided tour with our local "Seniors" club on a rather cold and snowy afternoon. Usuallly there is a small train which takes you through the open cast mining area before entering the mine, Due to the adverse weather making the track slippery...More

Thank Paul L
Reviewed 15 November 2016

Me and my friends enjoyed the 2h we spent discovering the Mine Museum in Rumelange. Rene, our guide, was an incredible host, he was taking a wonderful care of all the kids in the group (which by the way were not ours) and made sure...More

Thank Claudenzia
Reviewed 26 September 2016

Really an interesting tour. Neat to see how mining worked over the past 100 some years. It got a little long for me at the end. I think we were underground for about 2 hours. I was ready to be done at 1.5 hours. Tour...More

Thank Herdcyclone
Reviewed 4 August 2016

The tour starts with viewing the history of the mine and collecting helmets before boarding a little train for the 2km ride underground. It is not claustrophobic as the mine ceiling heights are high. It is cold down the mine so remember your coat! They...More

Thank supermummy
Reviewed 1 August 2016

It's a museum with spectacular presentation, visitors can see the arduous nature of the miner's work, in the underground galleries; The collection of the Mining Museum in Rumelange, consists of machines, tools and equipement, and archive documents of the exploitation of iron.

1  Thank Manuela L
Reviewed 24 February 2016

Very kind staff , good food ,specially the high quality of the meat , and besides very available prices !Good and easy access to parking area .Could be combines with the visit of one of the most important and best miners' museum as well a...More

Thank 379roger
Reviewed 20 August 2015

exceptional possibility to see mining history during 100 years. the social context, the technology and the dangers. this is a world that remained hidden to outsiders and mysterious, only known by the remaining dark openings of the mines , dark holes where it was known...More

Thank michel n
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