Our permanent exhibition: The Tree of Tales

In the middle of the museum building, is set The Tree of Tales, whose leaves reach up all the way to the museum’s roof. Spread over a height of seven meters, it offers all sorts of things for young and old to experience! From a labyrinth in the roots to a tree house and nest in the treetop – stories and activities are waiting to be discovered everywhere.

  • Guided
    discovery tour

  • 60

  • Max. number
    of people 25

  • 0-12

  • LUX.
    other languages
    coming soon


“The The Tree of Tales in the PLOMM Children’s Museum gives storytelling a central place!”

A fabulous tree where stories come to life!

In our permanent exhibition “Tree of Tales”, children can not only listen to stories, but also experience them themselves: they can slip into roles, use a secret flower telephone, bring supplies into a tree house together or build a small home in the tree themselves. There are no limits to your imagination!

The visit to The Tree of Tales takes place as a guided discovery journey in which the children immerse themselves in a story, discover and play, like in a theatrical piece.


What is a guided discovery trip?

During the guided discovery trips, the children and a member of staff playfully immerse themselves in an exciting story about The Tree of Tales.

Who will accompany my child through the exhibition?

Guided discovery trips through the exhibition are carried out by our educationally trained visitor service team. On our team page you can see who is part of our colorful, creative team and who may accompany you through the exhibition.

Are low language skills an obstacle in The Tree of Tales?

No. During the guided journey of discovery we work with simple language and supportive gestures. In addition, the children have plenty of time for free play. Stories set to music in the tree are offered in Luxembourgish, French and English.

My child is still very small. Which offers in The Tree of Tales can we use?

The tree’s root system is specially designed for small children. There’s a lot to discover there – from a cozy cave to a labyrinth to a hidden slide!

We would like to visit The Tree of tales with a group of children of different ages. Is this possible?

No problem! The Tree of Tales is specially designed for children of different age groups and offers very different activities!

My child is in a wheelchair. Can we still visit the exhibition?

Unfortunately, The Tree of Tales is not (completely) barrier-free. We are currently working on an offer that also offers children with wheelchairs a good exhibition experience. However, our temporary exhibition LOVE can also be visited by children with wheelchairs. Further information can be found here.

Can my child play alone in the tree?

This is not possible. The guided discovery trips in the PLOMM are led by pedagogically trained staff. However, this does not replace the presence of supervisors during the visit.

What can we take into The Tree of Tales? Are food and drinks allowed?

For hygiene reasons, street shoes, food and drinks are unfortunately not possible in the Tree of Tales.