Audiences with special needs
Visually impaired visitors
A descriptive tour is offered for each exhibition during the weekend. To know the date of this visit, you can call us at (+352) 22 50 45, consult our agenda or subscribe to our newsletter.
Languages: LU / FR
People with hearing impairments
A tour with a German sign language interpreter is offered for each exhibition during the weekend. To know the date of this visit, you can call us at (+352) 22 50 45, consult our agenda or subscribe to our newsletter.
These visits are suspended as long as masks are required in closed areas.
During this period, we offer filmed visits with interpretation. You can borrow a tablet from the reception desk or scan a QR code to follow this tour.
The entrance to Casino Luxembourg is accessible by lift at 7, Boulevard Roosevelt L-2450 Luxembourg.
The first exhibition floor is only accessible via the stairs. The exhibitions on the ground floor, the InfoLab, the “Aquarium”, the bookshop and the restaurant are accessible to all without restriction. Guide dogs and assistance dogs are welcome. Canes with tips are accepted.
The Casino Luxembourg reception team is at your disposal for any assistance.
For all requests for group visits, whatever your structure, we invite you to reserve a time slot by calling (+352) 22 50 45 or by contacting us at email@example.com.
Social field relay
Prior to each guided tour for the beneficiaries of the socio-medical structures (school hostels, reception centres, "maisons relais", support structures for people with disabilities), we offer a short free introduction to the professional and volunteer supervisors. This allows them to familiarise themselves with both the place and the work of the artists. It is also an opportunity to meet and discuss the preparation and implementation of the visit project.
Visits are tailor-made (duration, level, focus on a particular theme, etc.) and are conducted in French, German, English or Luxembourgish.
Each exhibition is accompanied by an offer of creative workshops related to the themes of the exhibition. The workshops can also be adapted to the needs of the group.
(+352) 22 50 45
HörgeschädigtenBeratung SmH is a social service for hearing impaired people. The association Solidarität mit Hörgeschädigten is responsible for the social service. Any person with a hearing impairment who lives and/or works in Luxembourg can benefit from the services of the social service. Together with the association Solidarität mit Hörgeschädigten and its member associations, the service is committed to promoting the interests of people with a hearing impairment.
The BBF, founded by the Lëtzebuerger Blannevereenegung Foundation in 1995, is a mobile service which offers visually impaired or blind people, living alone or with their families, the assistance and support they need to ensure maximum independence in carrying out their daily tasks, getting around and participating actively in life.