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Historic site and visitor centre
The origins of the Muerbelsmillen (“Mohrfels mill”) date back to the 11th century. Lately and until 1985, it operated as a mustard factory. Today, the site preserves the old mill technology, completed by an exhibition. The visitor discovers the large water wheel rotating in the canal
as well as the first floor where grinding was once carried out with the old millstones and gears. A historical film illustrates the operation of the mill and the production of mustard. A separate space is reserved for workshops.
Guided tours and workshops
> Guided tours for groups
> Guided tours for schools
Topics: the milling industry, nutrition, crafts, hydropower
On request, Tuesday and Thursday morning
> Workshops for groups or school classes: Make your own mustard!
The participants look behind the scenes of a former Luxembourg mustard factory. After visiting the production site, everyone makes their own jar of mustard.
On request, Tuesday and Thursday morning, duration: 2 hours
From Cycle 3.1 of primary school onwards; free of charge for primary schools and extracurricular facilities of the City of Luxembourg, 100€ per mediator for all other institutions
SAT 14 – 18:00
SUN 14 – 18:00