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Parco di Pinocchio, Collodi

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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1.8/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web
An homage to Italy's most famous export, Pinocchio, Parco di Pinocchio includes a museum, a monumental garden, and a butterfly sanctuary. The museum is an archival site for documents, books, toys, and artifacts related to the Pinocchio story. The enclosed butterfly sanctuary features a tropical atmosphere where the colorful insects decorate the plants. Be the protagonist of a fairytale for a day among the landscaped gardens, where art, play, architecture, and storytelling meet. Go online and register as a collector so you can access a database of Pinocchio collections around the world. You can also buy tickets online.  Plan your Parco di Pinocchio visit and explore what else you can see and do in Pescia using our Pescia travel itinerary planner.
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  • A nice walk to do with weather. You retrace the memories related to Pinocchio. I did a personal reinterpretation of the story of Apprentices
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  • Went to Parc Pinocchio with 4 children (ages 1,3,5,7) with some trepidation given the reviews. I have to say we had a fabulous time. The younger children loved the antique carousels, all loved the Fly...  read more »
  • I had been here as a child and, after reading the book with my almost 6 years, I wanted to take him to the Park. I must say it is much improved, location, and metal statues, as well as the famous whale, are the same as when I was little but now there are the puppet theatre with several shows a day, workshops, entertainment, and routes adventure that amuses the kiddies! Nice garden apprentices (visited in a hurry unfortunately because it was raining) and very beautiful Butterfly House, the kids would never come out! In short, is not a park at Gardaland, has its vintage charm all its own, but we did spend a nice Sunday with your family!
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  • So much fun. Beautiful little town. I want to go back
  • Awfull, nothing there! Waste of money, it's run down!
  • Pretty blah. Some cool sculptures, but not that entertaining as a whole.
  • The park has a certain charm because of the old attractions, which are still engaging for (smaller) children and vintage for the adults. Don't expect any roller coasters. Relatively expensive though, we paid around 90 EUR for a family of five, including the gardens, which is a lot compared to proper theme parks. Because of that only 3 instead of 4 stars
  • This park is VERY expensive for what it offers. For a family of four we paid 38 EURO. Once inside attractions for children were either still closed, old and quite dirty or even worse, required an additional EURO to go on them. We paid extra for one of the attractions only to get a piece of paper to then tell the story to our children ourselves. Children can make Pinocchio's nose or Pinnochio's hat, but not both of them. Once you made the nose you have to pay a EURO extra to make the hat (an A5 size paper that children can coulour in and that is then folded). Another attraction wouldn't run with less than three children (uh? why did we pay 38 EURO). It's true that one can take nice pictures of the statues in the park but sure there are many other places in Italy where one can take nicer pictures for a lot less money. This park misses a commercial concept and focus! It's neither a park for children nor a museum with statues. It's a mistake that is looking for money to survive. I should have known better, the person at the entrance had a long nose. Avoid this place if you can, there are better things you can do in Italy.
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