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Am Tunnel (BCEE Batiment Rousegaertchen)

16, rue Zithe, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
+352 40 15 24 50
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was good , but now ??

10 years ago , this was an excellent venue for rainy days, with special exhibitions, but now 2017... read more

Reviewed 14 December 2016
Guido R
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Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
It's a tunnel with art

Perhaps i'm unfairly rating this 3* but we weren't particularly overwhelmed by our visit here. It's... read more

Reviewed 27 October 2016
noziuk
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14 Dec 2016
“was good , but now ??”
19 Aug 2016
“under ground”
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16, rue Zithe, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
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+352 40 15 24 50

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Reviewed 14 December 2016

10 years ago , this was an excellent venue for rainy days, with special exhibitions, but now 2017, the cultural aspect has left place for " not spending money " on culture

Thank Guido R
Reviewed 27 October 2016

Perhaps i'm unfairly rating this 3* but we weren't particularly overwhelmed by our visit here. It's quite an unusual setting for art - a tunnel between numberous bank buildings. It was raining when we visited so there were quite a few bank emloyees using it...More

Thank noziuk
Reviewed 19 August 2016

probably worldwide hte excellent attarction , and mor : it's free of charge , during banking hours in the week , B U T also on sunday afternoons this tunnell , with art works , changing every 6 months , is worth looking at

Thank Guido R
Reviewed 23 May 2016

Takes a little effort to find the Building housing this pleasant experience. The building is a bank on the far right hand side of a little garden. Just walk in to reception sign in and travel down the lift and view some marvellous pictures of...More

Thank George B
Reviewed 5 January 2016 via mobile

Very nice bank elevator leads you under the ground to a tunnel full of mainly risqué photography. I loved it, but perhaps not recommended for kids or conservatives. It is free, 700 meters (which you have to walk again to exit) and perfect for a...More

2  Thank Covey M
Reviewed 24 November 2015

imagine, a bank owned by the state of luxembourg, digging 75 meters, and installing a tunnel , about 1 km long , to represent works of art, temporary exhibitions, and a permanent one with the works of the wellknown photograher Edward Steichen of the MUMA...More

1  Thank Guido R
Reviewed 21 October 2015

imagine, you are in a bank, and 20 meters below, you find a gallery , where they expose temporary exhibitions, free of charge , and more the photographs of the luxembourg-born edward steichen , are there

Thank Guido R
Reviewed 22 September 2013

This is a contemporary art gallery that displays themed exhibitions. It is presently showing the photography (130 pieces) of Bernd Schuler and it is an excellent display of his work. The gallery is in a long tunnel under some bank buildings and is reached by...More

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Reviewed 18 February 2017
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