Pricing and schedules
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Individual guided tours

Price

Prices: € 5.00 per person, payable only in cash.

Booking only by email on info@minettpark.lu. 

All additional information will be provided in the confirmation e-mail.

You do not have to be in a group to attend an exciting visit in the Minett Park ...

Calender of guided tours 2019

Beginning of the tours : 11h00

Date Tour Language
Wen. 01/05 Theatrical visit Luxemburgish
Sunday 16/06 Lasauvage Luxemburgish
Sunday 07/07 Magic Moments Luxemburgish
Sunday 21/07 Titelberg Luxemburgish
Sunday 18/08 Giele Botter Luxemburgish
Sunday 08/09 Railway Hall Luxemburgish
Sunday 22/09 Fond-de-Gras Luxemburgish

The site of Fond-de-Gras (±1hr30)

During the visit, all aspects related to the history of mining are discussed: life of miners and their work in the mine, importance of industrialists and public authorities, transport of iron ore to Processing plants.

The Village of Lasauvage (±1hr30)

The visit of Lasauvage and its museums is devoted to the history of this singular village, considered the most French of Luxembourg. Its legend, its working houses and its historical buildings give it a special charm.

Theatrical Visits "Grénge Mann" (±1hr30)

The "Grénge Mann", is the spirit and guardian of the forest, he will tell you the legends, myths and mysteries of nature. You will learn the properties and medicinal virtues of different trees and plants, while tasting one a good soup, prepared with wild plants from the forest

Magic Moments (±1hr30)

The storyteller Melissa takes you on a walk. In the most enchanting or mysterious places, she will stop and tell her stories of heaven and earth, moon and stars, water and trees, birds and other animals.
Even more than ever, nature needs poetic images that remind us how wonderful it is!

The “Giele Botter” (±2hr30)

The former open-pit mine the "Giele Botter" is now a nature reserve where flora and fauna thrive again. The tour covers the industrial aspect of the site and its conversion into a protected natural area.Railway hall

The Celtic Town of the "Titelberg" (±1hr30)

Located on a rocky outcrop of 50 hectares, the “Titelberg” is an archaeological site of great importance. Archaeologists have discovered remains of human occupation dating back to the first half of the 1st century BC. The basement of the archaeological site contains iron ore which was already used during the Iron Age.

Railway hall “Train 1900” (±1hr30)

Visit of the railway association's facilities, where the technical aspect is the main focus.