There's a great amount of art and archeological history in the museum (which is built over part of an old castle), dating from the bronze age, through Roman occupation, into the Middle ages. It provides a lot of Luxembourg history and would be more enjoyable if there were more English translations of the displays. Only about a third had English translations, but still worth the three euro entry.
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