If you are curious about what it was like to live in medieval Luxembourg, the free and remarkably original exhibitions at Château d’Useldange will do the trick. Two towers are what remain of the former fortress, which now host two fascinating exhibitions. One tells the history of the fortress itself, which roughly spans a time period from the ninth until the 19th century. The other displays all about daily life in the Middle Ages. The exhibition that the Castle of Useldange is most famous for, however, is its so-called culture trail. Comprising 16 stops, this trail has been specifically designed to meet the needs of visually impaired guests.