The Aquatower in Berdorf, Luxembourg, allows visitors to explore the exciting world of water. It examines subjects such as where our drinking water comes from, how it can be protected and where our ancestors got their drinking water from. Located in the Mullerthal region, otherwise known as Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland, the tower was built in 2012. This water tower of discovery has a permanent exhibition about geology and water, located at a height of 32 metres. The exhibition includes interactive elements allowing visitors to learn about different aspects of water. “There’s also an observation platform at 50 metres,” explains Sandy Moulin, Aquatower’s manager. “The view is spectacular, looking onto the Berdorf Plateau, and you can discover interesting facts about the region.”