Bruno Weber Park, Dietikon

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Bruno Weber Park is a sculpture park in the Swiss municipalities Spreitenbach and Dietikon, and besides the Fahr Abbey one of the visitor attractions in the Limmat Valley. The sculpture garden is designed as a Gesamtkunstwerk of the Swiss artist Bruno Weber (1931–2011).
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  • Incredibly amazing park very close to Zurich. Weber is Switzerland's Gaudi, only far less known. If you can, seek a guided tour, or read about it, as there is so much more to it than just what you... 
    Incredibly amazing park very close to Zurich. Weber is Switzerland's Gaudi, only far less known. If you can, seek a guided tour, or read about it, as there is so much more to it than just what you...  more »
  • We had the feeling of entering a fairy tale with all the fabulous creatures surrounding us. We really enjoyed this park, I don't know why some say it is a visit of 1h at maximum, we have 2 children... 
    We had the feeling of entering a fairy tale with all the fabulous creatures surrounding us. We really enjoyed this park, I don't know why some say it is a visit of 1h at maximum, we have 2 children...  more »
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  • A truly magical place! This out-of-this world sculpture park was the private residence of world-renowned artist Bruno Weber. He created his personal wonderland, full of giant concrete creatures. The park is now open to the public. There is a small cafe on site.
  • The Park is beautiful. I was there a year ago and nothing was under reconstruction. The price is high, however, people should understand that the park isn't sustainable even with the high price. There are simply not enough visitors. The costs of maintaining a park are very high in Switzerland. Nobody is trying to scam you. The park was about to be closed to the public a few years back but then a new committee and donations saved it. To sum it all up the park is definitely worth a visit and worth the money. Hopefully, most of the park will be opened up again. Sadly the government doesn't fully support this park. If the government would fully support the park they could make the entry much cheaper or even free.

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