The museum traces the history of Luxembourg between 1940 and 1945, under the Nazi oppression, through the reactions of the people (passive resistance, resistance movements, forced enrollment, strike, refractory, Luxemburger in the maquis and in the Allied forces ) until liberation, by photos, objects and works of art. Different rooms deal with the Nazi repression and the concentration camp system, as well as the fate of the Jews of Luxembourg.

The museum is a member of the Mulux Network and ICOM Luxembourg.

Please, note that throughout the renovation of the museum, it remains accessible to the public in a reduced version at 128, rue de l’Alzette (former Court of Justice of the Peace).


In order to be part of the preventive measures to combat the spread of the Covid-19 virus, the museum will be closed to the public until further notice. Please note that it will always be possible to reach our team by telephone or e-mail if necessary.

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