Luneur Park

Via delle Tre Fontane
Rome, Lazio, Italy

Operating since 1953


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Existing Roller Coasters (2)

Defunct Roller Coasters (6)

NameTypeDesignOpenedClosed
BrucomelaSteelSit Down4/2008
HimalayaSteelSit Down1968 or later2001
Looping StarSteelSit Down20022007
NessieSteelSit Down4/2008
ThrillerSteelSit Down2001
TokaidoSteelSit Down2002 or earlier4/2008

Details

Former names:Luneur (1953 to 2008)
Former status:SBNO from 5/1/2008 to 10/26/2016
Operated from 1953 to 4/2008
Etymology:EUR is Esposizone Universale di Roma, a suburb south-west of the city center which was built for an international exhibition scheduled for 1942 -- this never took place due to World War II. The park is part of this suburb, the name LunEUR probably representing an anglicized corruption of Luna Park -- a name by which the park is (somewhat confusingly) also known.
Notes:Luneur Park reopened in some small capacity in 2012. No roller coasters are believed to have operated at this time.  In 2013 or 2014 rides started to be removed from the park.

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