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Parco di Pinocchio, Collodi

(1.9/5 based on 1,200+ 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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  • There I was, the first time a few years ago with a group of friends, but I didn't bother to write a review on Tripadvisor, perhaps I myself didn't know about the existence of such an organization. And finding myself in Tuscany, by relatives, some days ago, I decided to take a trip to the Park of Pinocchio, the land of the great Carlo Lorenzini, who created the story of this "puppet", so dear to children and to adults. I must acknowledge the merit to the municipal administration of Collodi, fraction of Pescia (Pt) that has taken the initiative of Carlo lorenzini, and the architect Giovanni Michelucci, who has created the work. While Capri and Venice are the cities of dreams and love, (for adults), Collodi is the city of dreams and love for children. What a nice plot! In Collodi, as adults, we dream children's world, indeed you are dreaming of the days when we were kids ... and the mind and imagination shipwrecked in this sea of memories (of Leopardi memory). That's nice! What a beautiful!. for a moment, you are returned children, simple, naïve, honest. Preferable to the world of us adults, often computers, fake, and wearing masks, to every circumstance. Everything nice revival in collodi, but a little disappointed and bewildered. I was under the impression that we in Italy, we make beautiful monuments, and then abandon them. Then, I felt the Pinocchio Park in Collodi, was somewhat abandoned, no maintenance, no care, no one organization. I'll start at the end: the invitation not only visit the Park of "poor pinocchio", but also local and cultural administrations to value getting better and better, these natural and precious gems. (review written by foo, on Tuesday, March 7, 17 hours 21.12)
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  • I was in the park with my boyfriend, thinking it was a park for children only, we entered driven by curiosity, instead we wound up living in a fairy tale ... it was like a kid again for a day, no worries ... we "lived" the Pinocchio along the route carefully. We will return with our grandchildren! Very funny!!!
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  • Visit this park is something that I will carry in my heart forever! Was stepping back in time was go girl. At the entrance to the park there is a room dedicated to the sculptures of Pinocchio, large and small, there are many prints devoted to its history, which are magnificent, of great expressive intensity. There is a stained glass window containing various editions of the book, one of the first dates back to 1883 and this contrasts with the multimedia part. The part dedicated to small: the rides, games, trains over which there is a piece of history to experience and touch not are poorly maintained, but are simply lived! Personally I loved this aspect: I loved not find structures technologies and glistening with which to dazzle kids but just find simple things that are no longer used. The path in the Park gives the encounter with the statues of all the characters in the story of Pinocchio, the Fox and the cat, the guards, the tooth fairy etc.. The giant whale in the middle of the Lake that you can access, go inside and find the statue of Geppetto (swallowed). Beautiful! Finally the lab with the Carpenter's shop. Speechless! All of your dreams! I recommend it to all the people who have the desire and the sensitivity to understand the difference between decadent and lived ...
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  • The theme park is completely outdated. It felt like I participated in an episode of "That '70s show". It's poorly maintained and breaths an atmosphere of decay... in my opinion the park is desperately looking for money and to do so they raised the entrance fees (€13 per adult / €10 for a child). I must admit the children had fun. But hey give them a swing and they are already having the time of their life... My suggestion keep the money in your pocket and you want be disappointed.
  • The park Pinokio shoulde be to renovated. Because is it not nice.
  • 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.