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The City of Luxembourg has designed an ultra modern skatepark in the heart of the verdant Pétrusse Valley. An exceptional spot to discover without delay.

Pétrusse Skatepark in Luxembourg City


Surrounded by the old Vauban fortress, in the hollow of the valley, this huge, ultra modern skatepark opens onto a fabulous backdrop. Designed as a public square with its bleachers, its walkways, it is a meeting place, an ideal playground for board sports enthusiasts. Skateboarding, rollerblading, BMX, scootering, beginners, curious, enthusiasts ... The infrastructure allows everyone to learn, discover or practice.


This site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, we couldn't do just anything, it was imperative that the park blend into the surroundings.

Alex Welter engineer in the city's sports service and founding member of the Skatepark Luxembourg association

Plan and features


An ideal skatepark imagined by skaters

What does an ideal skatepark look like? A space perfectly integrated into the surrounding nature, in the heart of the city, with sliding modules accessible to all. In any case, this is the interpretation given to the creators of the project: the Luxembourg Skatepark association, the city services and the architect, skateboarder himself, Samuel Stambul.

With 3500m² of surface area, this vast space offers a variety of structures for all urban sports and all levels.


Its 600m² are located on a high plateau. It is surrounded by bleachers to comfortably accommodate a large audience. We welcome its pool coping nearly 1 km long (replica of the edge of the pool on which you can slide). Another particularity of this bowl: its cradle is this half-sphere planted vertically which allows great freedom of figures.

Street plaza

A 600 m² area with street obstacles: stairs (staircase), rail (ramp), bench (bench)...

Classical street area

Un parcours de pistes de skate optimisées avec des jeux de plateaux comprenant pyramide, curb (bloc pour slider), etc.

This is a heritage context since we are facing the Vauban Citadel classified as a UNESCO heritage. We are therefore on a sensitive site, which must be respected by harmoniously integrating the project into the landscape.

Samuel Stambul architect in charge of the design

Key numbers

  • 12 years of collaboration
  • 500 seats
  • 900 meters of coopings, rails and steel profiles
  • 109m2 of wall from the remains of the fortress
  • 4.3 tons of granite
  • 148 meters of walking paths around the park
  • 250 km of distance to cover to benefit from similar equipment, in Antwerp or Eindhoven

Useful information


  • Located in the lower town, 5 minutes walk from the station.
  • On foot, by car, by bike by road, the stairs or the lift, you have the choice.
  • Parking available.

Business hours

  • In summer (from April 1 to October 31)
    Open 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Monday to Friday and 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. on weekends.
  • In the middle of winter (from November 1 to March 31)
    Open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday to Sunday.

Prices : completely free

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Outdoor ou indoor, 2 other options in Luxembourg


Outdoor skatepark in Gasperich

There is another outdoor skatepark in Gasperich (Muehlenweg) near Bonnevoie. It features a variety of ramps and inclines.


Skatepark Outdoor Gasperich  |  Muehlenweg  |  L-2155 Luxemburg

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Indoor Skatepark in Hollerich

In the old slaughterhouses, this 500m² covered skatepark is dedicated to skate, roller or BMX enthusiasts. Time slots are reserved for two wheels on Monday and Wednesday evenings and BMX lessons are offered on Saturday morning. It is also a place of expression for many graffiti artists from the Greater Region.

Opening hours

Monday to Thursday 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Friday and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.


Single entry: € 1.00
Annual subscription: € 20.00
It is possible to rent a skate on site.


Skatepark Indoor Hollerich
Rue de l'Abattoir
L-1111 Luxembourg-Hollerich

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