European Museum Schengen

Where? 6, Rue Robert Goebbels, L-5444 Schengen

Experience the European spirit in Schengen!

Signed on 14 June 1985, the Schengen Agreement is known worldwide as a true symbol of freedom of movement and the abolition of borders within the European Union. But Schengen is, first and foremost, a small winegrowing village in Luxembourg’s Moselle, brimming with picturesque beauty.

The European Museum Schengen clearly retraces the first steps and development of this decisive treaty. You can also print your personal “Schengen passport” to take home as a souvenir!

Guided tours are set up for groups, subject to reservation. As well as many anecdotes and fun facts, experienced guides will explain the history of the Schengen Agreement, as well as its impact on our lives today.

 

currently closed due to renovation work


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Address: Musée européen Schengen
6, Rue Robert Goebbels
L-5444 Schengen
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