Step One: Create a Trip
Step Two: Add Items
Step Three: Print and Share
Luxembourg American Cultural Society & Center
The Museum is housed in the rebuilt Mamer-Hansen Luxembourgian stone barn originally built in 1872 by Jacob Mamer, an immigrant from Septfontaines, Luxembourg. Mamer immigrated to Ozaukee County, Wisconsin in 1854. The Luxembourg American Cultural Center’s Research Center (RC) is home to the largest collection of resources pertaining to Luxembourg genealogy/heritage/culture outside of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The RC is also home to genealogical resources for families of any ethnicity from Northern Ozaukee County, Wisconsin.
Hours of Operation
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 10am–4pm. Saturday (1st & 3rd of the month) 1pm–4pm. Closed on holidays. Open other times by appointment.
40 minutes north of Milwaukee, 20 minutes south of Sheboygan and 2 hours north of Chicago. From the north and south: Take I-43 and exit #107 (Belgium/Lake Church exit), from off ramp turn west toward the Village of Belgium. Go one block to County Hwy LL.
- European Heritage