HRH's visit will take place on May 11, coinciding with the 150th anniversary of the Treaty of London.
On arrival she will visit the MUDAM museum and will be taken on a tour of the current exhibitions by British artists Sir Tony Cragg and Darren Almond. She will also attend a reception with leading young Luxembourgers in the fields of culture, education, business and the charitable sector.
Following this she will go on to 'Place Clairefontaine' to attend a cycling themed festival and will be introduced to the Grand Duchy's most famous cycling icons as well as meet children who are designing Tour de France jerseys ahead of the tour coming to Luxembourg in July.
The Duchess will unveil a mural of British cyclist, Tom Simpson, and Luxembourgish cycling legend, Charly Gaul.
Next stop will be the Grand Ducal Palace where she will meet with the Grand Duke and Grand Duchess.
The official commemoration of the 1867 Treaty of London, which confirmed Luxembourg’s independence and neutrality, will take place at the Luxembourg City Museum and a new collection about Luxembourg's history will be unveiled.
Alongside other guests the Duchess of Cambridge will then be led on a short walk outside the museum to take in the views of the capital on the 'corniche'.
She will continue to the 'Dräi Eechelen' Museum in Kirchberg for the main commemoration event, where the Prime Minister, Mayor of Luxembourg and Museum Director will speak.
The Duchess will be given a guided tour of 'Luxembourg 1867 – Open City' -- the new exhibition which explains how the dismantling of Luxembourg’s fortifications laid the foundation for the transformation of Luxembourg into an open and outward-looking country.