The grounds of La Fontaine Castle in Clausen, also known as the Mansfeld Palace, are set to reopen on 11 July, with a garden party to celebrate the occasion.
The public event will feature a barbecue, drinks and plenty of activities on site.
The new Parc Mansfeld spans across 9,000m2 and will include a 160-metre timeline in English, French and German, all about the former castle which, in its heyday, was considered one of the most renowned in the Benelux region.
The date of the opening also marks the occasion of the five-hundredth birth anniversary of Count Peter Ernest von Mansfeld, who owned the castle until his death in 1604, when it was transferred to King Philip III of Spain.
Although the structure fell into a state of decay following the Thirty Years’ War and Louis XIV’s Siege of Luxembourg, ongoing renovations to the park are expected to give the grounds a new lease of life.