Hello my friends!
Did you know, that there are more than just ordinary zoos and museums in Switzerland? I went to the Bruno Weber Park in Dietikon, Spreitenbach and it was an amazing experience for me. The sculpture park is open for all and has a lot of works from Bruno Weber spread over 15’000 square meters. First of all, I didn’t know that there is a unique park like this and I have also never been to one before (I went to one in Norway, but it is not the same). Bruno Weber is a Swiss artist and architect and he even lived in the park. You can see his lovely castle from the outside. We had luck with the weather, since all attractions are outside. You can climb up on the dragons, discover lots of fancy creatures – from dogs, unicorns, cows to even fingers or demons. The longer you stay, the more you will see. I think it is also a great location for Cosplayers to take photos. So if you are free on a weekend and looking for a little crazy adventure in the nature – take a visit to the Bruno Weber Park in Dietikon.
Bruno Weber Park
Zur Weinrebe 3
Open from April to end of October
Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: 11:00 – 18:00
Adult: CHF 18.-
Students: CHF 14.-
Families: CHF 44.-
Child (6 to 16 y.): CHF 10.-
Child (3 to 5 y.): CHF 6.-
Annual ticket: CHF 150.-
We had lunch at the restaurant tomato,
before we went to the park
This pizza was so huge! And damn good!The way to the Bruno Weber Park The entrance Exotic, oriental and a bit of asian style? Pikachu – is it you?! Let’s ride a camel (with three humps…?!) nature and architecture on 15’000 square meters A unicorn!! So pretty THIS is (or was) Bruno Weber’s house!
He passed away in 2011
I went with my Mum and my friend Christie You could walk on the dragons There was a little forest too What a lovely glass house!
Unfortunately, you couldn’t go up – it was closedKappa on a unicorn? Those details! This could be dracula’s house Dobby? Look at those details!