Tickets for the 10th edition of Luxembourg Art Week will be available for purchase online from late September and on location from Friday, 22 November to Sunday, 24 November 2024.

Early Bird - Available until 15 November

Standard: 15€
Nocturne: 15€
Youth*: 7.50€
Child: Free

Tickets - From 16 to 24 November
Standard: 20€
Nocturne: 20€
Youth*: 10€
Child**: Free

* The youth ticket is intended for individuals aged 13 to 18 years included, as well as students, upon presentation of a valid ID or student card.

** The child ticket is intended for children under 12 years old included, accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket, and upon presentation of a valid ID. Although the child ticket is free, it must be reserved at the same time as other types of tickets and will be required for entry to the fair.

Tickets purchased in advance cannot be canceled.
Standard and youth tickets are valid for one entry only, on a day of your choice from Friday, 22 November to Sunday, 24 November 2024.
Nocturne tickets are valid only on Friday, 22 November, from 18:00 to 22:00.

Ambiance of the fair, Luxembourg Art Week 2022
© Sophie Margue

Opening Hours

Thursday 21 November 2024

VIP & Pro Day, 12:00–18:00 (by invitation)
Preview, 18:00–22:00 (by invitation)

Friday 22 November 2024
Public hours, 12:00–18:00
Nocturne, 18:00–22:00

Saturday 23 November 2024
Public hours, 10:30–19:00

Sunday 24 November 2024
Public hours, 10:30–18:00

Luxembourg Art Week 2022, © Sophie Margue
© Sophie Margue


Luxembourg Art Week is taking place in an exceptional venue located in the city center of Luxembourg close to all commodities and transportation.


Glacis Square (Fouerplaatz)
L-1628 Luxembourg

Public Entrance on Rue des Glacis

View the location on Google Maps

Stijn Ank, Phoenix, Luxembourg Art Week 2022, © Sophie Margue
© Sophie Margue

Travel & Access

Find all the transportation information and tips you may need to prepare for your trip to Luxembourg.

By Air

Located in the heart of Europe, Luxembourg Findel Airport offers flights from 15 different airlines, and 76 direct flight destinations, and serves the Greater Region of Luxembourg and its surroundings. The small boutique airport of Luxembourg strives to combine high-quality services and standards offered by large hub airports with the shortcuts, pleasant user experience, and efficiency of a regional one.

Visitors can easily reach both the city center and the art fair venue in approximately 25 minutes via local public transportation or taxi.

Buses no. 6 / 16, Stop Centre Fondation Pescatore (1-minute walk)

For more information on how to get your bus or taxi at the airport, click on the following links: Taxi | Bus

By Rail

As Luxembourg shares open borders with France, Belgium, and Germany, it makes it a rail hub with excellent national and international links, including direct daytime and nighttime connections from France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and Denmark.

The central train station of Luxembourg City is also perfectly located near the show venue and can easily be reached by tram, taxi, or bus in 15 minutes.

Tram no. T1 – Stop Theater (1-minute walk)
Buses no. 2, 3, 4, 14, 18, and 30 – Stop Centre Fondation Pescatore or Theatre (1-minute walk)

By Car

The art fair venue, on Glacis Square, is well connected to Luxembourg Findel Airport with one convenient highway (A1).

6 car parks are also located within walking distance:

Glacis, Indigo R. P. Schuman, Halle Victor Hugo (650m), Royal-Hamilius (850m), Indigo Place de l'Europe (1.4km) et Indigo Trois Glands (1.7km).

Tram, Taxis & Bus.

To book a taxi, check out Webtaxi online or via their app.

For bus routes and timetables, we also recommend downloading on your smartphone.

Since March 2020, all public transportation are free in Luxembourg.