New Year, New Luxembourg American Cultural Center-
Improving Your Experience at our Center in 2020
As others sit down to plot out their 2020 New Year’s resolutions, The LACS already has firm plans in place for exciting new improvements of its own in 2020.
Starting January 6th, the Center will be temporarily closed as the facility undergoes renovations in an effort to improve the functionality and appearance of the existing Luxembourg American Cultural Center, which was dedicated by the Grand Duke of Luxembourg in 2009.
*PLEASE NOTE: Even though the building is closed, the staff is still here to help you! We will still be working during this time- answering phones and emails. Any dual citizenships in progress will continue moving forward.
Renovation Highlights include:
- A more modern and airy JB Krier Welcome Center with increased space for events and children’s programming.
- More accessible and user-friendly Dooley-Wagner Research Center with a dedicated research space for genealogists.
- More open and inviting gift shop.
- Upgraded Acuity Rotating exhibit area.
Local interior design studio Maven Workshop has created the color palette, which integrates existing colors- warm, earthy neutral browns, balanced by worldly earthen grays, fully contrasted and complimented by strong black elements already present in the building’s architecture throughout. Local company Mueller Construction is managing the building renovations.
Museum visitors are instead invited to visit Belgium’s Village Hall across the street, where a special temporary exhibit will be on display at no charge.
The LACS anticipates re-opening by Saturday, March 7th.