‘We must cultivate our garden’, said Candide at the end of Voltaire's philosophical tale of the same name.

As part of the All You Can Eat exhibition, the Lëtzebuerg City Museum decided to take this advice to heart and created a small vegetable garden in the museum's green spaces, at the rear entrance along the Breedewee. The garden has been designed as an educational complement to the temporary exhibition, with the help of two gardeners, Claire Thill and Thomas Steinmann. Those interested in gaining an insight into the art of horticulture will discover how our food is produced, and in which season particular vegetables grow and flourish. The kitchen garden contains three raised beds in which edible spring and summer plants are grown. During spring and winter, you can admire all kinds of salad plants - such as winter purslane, mizuna, pea shoots and escarole.

The garden is open to visitors during museum opening hours.