The National Museum of History and Fine Arts of Luxembourg exhibits the national collections of archaeology, history and art.
The exhibitions are presented in chronological order, from Prehistory to the birth of the European Community.
Archaeological collections show the development of human settlement in Luxembourg from prehistoric times to the end of the Middle Ages. Highlights include a series of tombs from the Late Iron Age and the mosaic of the Roman Muses found in Vichten.
There are also border stones, paintings with events from Luxembourg history, the banners and the ancient throne used by the Grand Dukes.
Recent section is the one related to the history of the foundation of the European Union.