This modern museum was completely renovated from 2015 – 2017, offering a new layout to better display the variety of its collections and to promote a new way to look at nature, its history and its study by museum scientists. As well as showcasing the history of Luxembourg’s inhabitants, regions and landscapes, the museum covers big topics including the evolution of life, of Earth, and the birth of the universe. The two lower floors are dedicated to permanent exhibitions, while the second floor hosts an array of fascinating temporary expos. “We are an important global institute for research as well as a museum, so our collection is always evolving with new pieces,” points out Patrick Michaely, head of PR and communications at the museum.