House "Hohe Pappeln"
Henry van de Velde, a Belgian architect and designer who was art adviser to the Grand Duchy, devised and built this country house for his family once it had grown to seven people. Visitors to the House "Hohe Pappeln" can see the garden and the family's everyday living area in the piano nobile with the salon, dining room, study, living area and hallway. The furniture on display was designed by Van de Velde in 1904 for the von Münchhausen family.
Closed from 27 October to 25 March
Mon is closed
Tue - Sun 11.00 am - 5.00 pm
Advance booking for the next day only. The tickets pre-sale takes place exclusively in the museum and in the kiosk at Stéphane-Hessel-Platz.