It’s spring time in Luxembourg and nothing better with kids than going to one of the many great parks in the city of Luxembourg on a bright and sunny day.
A fairly new park that opened last year is called Spillplaatz Scheiwisschen (aka the Castle Park), in the Merl/Belair neighborhoods. It’s a fenced park that is like a giant sandbox with a wooden castle structure for kids to climb. Very cute!
When the park opened last year, my oldest son was only 2 and 1/2 years old, so the park was a little bit difficult for him. But the more we visited, the more he got comfortable climbing around the castle (since it’s not really made for the adults to go along with such narrow passages). But there are some smaller toys more suitable for younger children as well.
The only downside is that this park doesn’t have public restrooms or any kind of snacks for sale, so bring your own picnic when you come. And be prepared to leave with lots of sand inside the shoes and clothes!
If you’re going by car, you can put the following address on your GPS (the building will be in the corner of Rue Charlemagne):
25 Rue d’Orval, Luxembourg
By bus, you can reach the park using lines 6 or 7 (closest options; bus stop Merl-Orval), line 8 (bus stop Belair-Oradour) or line 12 (bus stop Belair-Place de Liège).