The collection of woody plants of the Kirchberg arboretum, with a total area of about 30 hectares extends through the three public parks of the Kirchberg:
Since 1994, trees and shrubs from all over Europe and neighboring regions are planted here by the Fonds d’urbanisation et d’aménagement du plateau de Kirchberg. The national museum of natural history is in charge of the curation of the constantly growing collection, counting some 450 species and varieties, labeled in 4 languages.
The arboretum is freely accessible all over the year. Access
Guided tours are presented regularly during the vegetation period from May to October. Visits
Thierry Helminger (Head of department), phone: +352 46 22 40 – 201