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The Three Acorns Park

Where? 5, Park Drai Eechelen, L-1499 Luxembourg

The Dräi Eechelen park is a delight for history lovers. Located in the museum grounds, it is within the restored and partially reconstructed Fort Thüngen.

The Three Acorns Park (Parc des Trois Glands) in the Kirchberg business district, stretches behind the Philharmonie, the Mudam Museum of Modern Art and Fort Thüngen. The site, which has been redeveloped by landscape architect Michel Desvigne and offers a panoramic view over the old town, combines modernity and history, valley and high plateau, low medieval buildings and the multi-storey towers of a modern metropolis. Visitors can learn about Luxembourg’s past as a fortified city and enjoy breathtaking views of the capital.

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Address: The Three Acorns Park
5, Park Drai Eechelen
L-1499 Luxembourg City
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