Every two years in mid-November, the Neumünster Abbey hosts the largest science festival in Luxembourg!
With over 50 free ‘hands-on’ science workshops on average and half a dozen science shows, developed and run by various national researchers and science communicators (and also from Greater Region) from the public and private sector, the event welcomes more than 12,000 visitors. For four days, visitors can enjoy a “hands-on” experience, conduct fascinating scientific experiments, exchange with researchers and scientists, discover and marvel.
The Science Festival is jointly organised by the National Museum of Natural History (MNHN) and the FNR. Since its first edition during the 1995 cultural year, the Science Festival has established itself as the flagship event for the promotion of science in Luxembourg.
The Science Festival takes place from Thursday to Sunday: The two first days are open to primary and secondary schools, the other two days are open to the public. Entry is free.
How to get involved
Researcher, engineer or science communicator, working in the public or private sector, in Luxembourg or as a Luxembourger abroad and want to submit your proposal for a science workshop or science show?
All scientific disciplines are invited to participate! Lectures and information stands are not eligible.
Visit www.science-festival.lu for further details and submission guidelines.
Are you a teacher (primary and secondary education) and want to show your pupils and students the exciting world of science and research?
Registrations for schools will open in late September for the 2023 edition.
Visit www.science-festival.lu to access the registration form and the event programme.