The most comprehensive Family Guide in Luxembourg!
Easily explore and find amazing places you can visit, activities you can do, interesting events you can join, classes you can attend, family-friendly restaurants you can enjoy, softplay areas and playgrounds, museums, lakes and rivers, parks, gardens, and much more!
The 1001 Things to Do with Kids in and around Luxembourg family guide tells you what’s happening so you always know what to do and where to have fun with your kids.
Any time, anywhere, any weather!
About the 1001 Things to Do guide
What is it?
The 1001 Things to Do guide is an easy to use live fully searchable online directory with over a thousand listings of family-friendly things to do in Luxembourg.
It is live, meaning that we continuously add and update the listings, usually on a weekly basis.
It is fully searchable, meaning that we spent time to neatly organize it and categorize it so it’s a breeze for you to use it.
How do you use it?
Next time when you are looking for something to do with your family in and around Luxembourg, instead of spending hours browsing the Internet trying to figure out what’s happening around you, simply come to the 1001 Things to Do website, click Explore and find activities that you’d like to do. As simple as that!
It turns finding what to do with your kids from a time consuming disaster into a quick enjoyable search.
What people say
This is a fantastic guide with a huge variety of activities happening in the Luxembourg area. It’s exactly what I need living so far away from my home with a young family. Sometimes it’s hard to find out what is going on, even though you know there are tons of activities in the area. This… guide is super helpful in so many ways. It’s great that there are several ways to search activities. I love that there are tons of links along with a quick overview the activity. I also really enjoy the map feature. It’s nice to be able to search things in proximity. The different icons are helpful because you can quickly glance and see what it is about, for example, a soccer ball for a soccer activity. I will be using this guide often. I have already found some great activities for summer that I had been looking for on my own, but could never quite find. Thank you for the fantastic and easy to use guide! Read more “”
I subscrived your newsletter a couple of months ago when I arrived at Luxembourg and I thought it was amazing and had nothing to add. Now I can give you my feedback 🙂
It would be great if you add to your newsletter some ideas on where to buy sazonal things like kids costumes… for the halloween. Also it would be nice to get some ideas on how to do things with the kids at home (during the long rainy days) like christmas gifts, decorartions or cookies.
My last suggestion is to personalize the information you send. Either create a profile for each user with their preferences and customized newsletter or simply add a filter that could simplify the search for programs. You send a lot of good programs but I usully am interested only in one or two (because of the kids age, the place or the language spooken at the program) and the filter or customized newsletter would facilitate.
With that said, congratulations on your website and newsletter because they are a really good help to get ideas to entretain my chindren! Read more “”
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Many thanks to such a beautiful website it is very very useful!
I would like to have fun and learn and teach my kid something new!
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Right now, I am struggling with what to do with my almost 2 yo in the coming gloomy autumn and winter afternooons that (I work in the mornings, in the afternoons, I am with my kid). Up until now we’ve been a lot outside, and we will continue to be (no matter the weather) but… I still think that sth like little gym would be great to do (but not on the weekend since we’re often away, but more during the week). I therefore wish I could find a fun activity (especially mototic) that I could do with him in a relaxed (and not sterile) environment. Read more “”
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