Situated in the scenic town of Walferdange, the Walferdange Castle stands as a testament to the region’s royal past. Dating back to 1824, this historic edifice was commissioned by William I of the Netherlands, who also bore the title of the Grand Duke of Luxembourg. Originally built as a stud farm, its rich history is interwoven with the narrative of Luxembourg’s aristocracy.
Today, the castle is located within the precincts of Edupôle and houses the “Faculté des Lettres, des Sciences Humaines, des Arts et des Sciences de l’Éducation”. A visit here promises not only a glimpse into the royal heritage but also an insight into Luxembourg’s educational advancements.
Monday to Friday: 7 AM–8 PM
Saturday: 7 AM–8 PM
Whether you’re a history enthusiast or just a curious traveler, Walferdange Castle is a captivating destination, rich in stories and architectural marvels.