All the information you need at a glance! 

Opening Hours:

Reception desk & shop

On weekdays, from 8 am to 10 pm 
On weekends, from 9 am to 10 pm
On public holidays, from 9 am to 10 pm 
www.eshop.cna.public.lu/ 

Display01, gallery space

From Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 am to 10 pm 

Waassertuerm+Pomhouse

From Wednesday to Sunday, from 12 to 6 pm 

 

The Family of Man, Clervaux Castle

From Wednesday to Sunday, from 12 to 6 pm 
www.steichencollections-cna.lu 

CinéStarlight

On weekdays: 3 to 4 screenings per day
On weekends: 4 to 5 screenings per day 
Click here for the current program
www.cinestarlight.lu/

 

 

 

 

Getting here

The CNA moved into a new building on a renovated industrial site in Dudelange at the end of 2007. Designed by the architectural firm Paul Bretz, the building houses the CNA, the regional cultural center “opderschmelz" and the Regional Music School.

Here are our practical tips for getting here:

Public transport

Bus – Line 9, get off at bus stop "Schnauzelach"

Train – From Luxembourg ("Luxembourg-Gare"), Line "Bettembourg-Dudelange", change in Bettembourg, get off at "Dudelange-Centre"
             from Volmerange-les-Mines (FR), get off at "Dudelange-Centre"

Plan your trip here

Travelling by road   

Dudelange via A3 > Route de Zouftgen > Rue du Commerce > Avenue Grande-Duchesse Charlotte

Parking :
There are several free car parks in the vicinity: 

  • Parking CCRD / CNA (next to the Opderschmelz building) 
  • Place Jean Fohrmann (next to the City Hall)
  • Skate Park (on route de Thionville).
  • Hall Fonducq (next to the Skate Park, on route de Thionville)

Address

Accessibility

All our sites and rooms are accessible to people with reduced mobility. However, some events with a specific stage set-up may offer limited access. Contact us if you require any further information.

 

Visit us safely

We are doing everything we can to guarantee everyone’s health and safety while visiting the Centre national de l'audiovisuel  (CNA) during the current epidemic.

As of November 1, 2021, the CNA switches to the "Covid Check" system ! Each person from 12 years on must present a Covid Check certificate (paper or digital) to access the CinéStarlight cinema, the 'The Family of Man' exhibition at Clervaux Castle and certain other public spaces of the Centre national de l'audiovisuel.

We ask you to please be aware of and respect the measures in force: 

  • The following are considered to be a valid Covid Check certificate: a complete vaccination certificate, a valid recovery certificate, a negative test of less than 72 hours for a PCR test, 48 hours for a certified TAR (rapid antigen test)
  • Antigen self-test on site are not accepted
  • All Covid Check zones will be clearly marked with a sticker at all accesses
  • Those wishing to enter these spaces must present their certificate at the reception desk of the CNA, which will give them a bracelet to wear throughout the day
  • Within these Covid Check you are free to move without obligation to wear a mask or social distancing
  • In areas that are not part of the Covid Check regime (e.g. the foyer of the CNA building) masks are still mandatory and social distancing measures in force must be observed.

For more information about the sanitary situation check out: www.covid19.public.lu

The Centre national de l'audiovisuel reserves the right to refuse access to any person who does not comply with the safety and hygiene measures listed above.

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