1001 Things to Do with Kids

in and around Luxembourg

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 playgroundsmuseumslakes and riversparks, 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.

Say goodbye to the countless hours spent in search of kids activities and say hello to more time for fun!

What people say

I just signed up.
It’d be great to have an overview of group activities for small kids (2-3 yrs old) like workshops – cooking or any “developing” activiy – language courses (Italian and Portuguese in my case).
Is it something you havin the guide we’ve just bought?
Thanks and best regards

Andrea

Thanks for your email and sorry for not replying earlier.
These weekly lists are great, I wouldn’t know of these programmes otherwise. We have a 3 years very active boy and it’s good to know what is around when we need to look for weekend entertainment for him:) Although we couldn’t really attend these

Eva

Yes I liked the guide for the sheer number of things listed that I hadn’t heard of before.  I would probably still rely on the Weekend To-Do emails from What’s On For Kids for general ‘to do’ activities but the guide will be handy when we have visitors coming so we can see what’s on

Sam M.
Member since March 2016

Thank you for the email and the work you do in collecting all this data and sharing it with parents. It spares me a lot of time in weekends when I have to take a fast decision on how to spend my time.
The one thing that I need most with my children in

Catalina

This is a really great service that you provide. It is hard to figure out what is happening in Lux for the kids and I usually find out after the event, So thank you for putting it together! I look forward to receiving the update emails!

Oliver
 

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The 1001 Things to Do guide is a paid premium product.
We charge a small one-time fee in exchange of our continuous efforts that we put into creating and maintaining this great family guide.
You can easily pay by PayPal, credit card or direct bank transfer.

Now, for a limited time, get full access to the 1001 Things to Do guide for

€39 Eur

Was €59 Eur

Why get the 1001 Things guide? The guide contains over a thousand listings (1200+ and counting) neatly arranged in dozens of categories, available at your finger tips in a searchable, super easy to use visual online directory. You should get the guide if you are looking for a quick and easy way to find activities you can do with your family in and around Luxembourg!

Created by us for You!

The 1001 Things guide is brought to you buy the creators of What’s on for kids Luxembourg — the same people who have been curating and sending out the Luxembourg family Weekly Fun To-do List for the last 10+ years.

What’s On For Kids, the Weekly Fun To-do List, our websites and guides with family-oriented activities and great
content have been widely and repeatedly recognized in Luxembourg since 2011.