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This is quirky little sculpture park, but given you have to pay to get in, I expected it to be taken care of. Instead if was quite gloomy and you could tell it’s no longer was what it once were. I wouldn’t say it was...More
Its a little weird. The sculptures are apparently 'gaudi-esq' but as someone who has seen gaudi buildings in Spain then I think you need to be using some hallucinogens to see the similarity. Possible that is what was going on when the 'park' was constructed. ...More
We went to the park for our afternoon trip. We live nearby, so decided to take a walk in Bruno Weber park. It was much better than I expected. I expected few artworks in the park. But what you get is a kind of a...More
The place is very unorthodox and is a visual treat. The experience is a visit to a fairytale enchanted forest. Perhaps the park is not speckless and neat as most heavily commercial attractions but it only adds to its authenticity and charm. Do not expect...More
While the park is optically beautiful and the sculptures fascinating the trust in charge of maintaining the park should be debriefed on how incredibly difficult it is to make use of their park as a family with smaller children (under the age of 10). Entrance...More
We had high expectations for this place. Unfortunately we were vastly disappointed.
We got family ticket for 44 CHF (44 USD) for our family of four, which is a lot for what you get to see and do (for comparison, for 65 CHF you can...More
The Skulpturenpark Bruno Weber has just re-opened this month (April, 2015) after closing down late last year, so fortunately, for me to have a chance to see this magical place located on the edge of the woods in Dietikon. So thanks to all those that...More