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Parco di Pinocchio

Via di San Gennaro 3, 51012 Collodi, Pescia, Italy
+39 0572 429342
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Great place for the kids to burn up some energy

Stopped by after spending the day in the car and it was great for the kids to run around and check... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
via mobile
A classic amusement park

Built in the 50s, the park itself is a low key amusement park, with interpretation in Italian... read more

Reviewed 23 April 2017
Cindy I
Brussels, Belgium
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The Pinocchio Park was born from a book and for a book: "The adventures of Pinocchio". By walking, playing and relaxing surrounded by the art, the architecture and the greenery of the park you will live again the events and emotions of the most known and loved italian book in the world. You'll find yourself curious to read it or reread it and, why not, you'll discover the pleasure of good literature for young and old alike. Inaugurated in 1956 it keeps an untouched vision of a past that is still present. It has been recently readapted in some of its features in order to embrace the needs of new generations, maintaining its nature of recreational and educational park. The monumental itinerary of contemporary art plunged in the green of the wood; the historical museum with its guide and the virtual library; the Adventure Park where kids from 5 to 14 years old can independently climb the Pirate Ship or the path over the river; the vintage carousels; the creativity workshops; the musical workshop teaching a universal language; the puppet show telling the adventures of Pinocchio; the staff working for the entertainment and satisfaction of the visitors; the moment when the characters of the story come to life and animate the place performing episodes of a tale that becomes reality among the various attractions of the park. All these features, with a typical italian style, without superfluity or artifice, can be found in the one and only theme park dedicated to Pinocchio in the world. Here literature, art and game will set your imagination free and make life more beautiful.
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Via di San Gennaro 3, 51012 Collodi, Pescia, Italy
+39 0572 429342
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Stopped by after spending the day in the car and it was great for the kids to run around and check out the Pinocchio museum. A great adventure cable/ropes course for kids only which required a harness and clip to walk across bridges and through...More

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Reviewed 23 April 2017

Built in the 50s, the park itself is a low key amusement park, with interpretation in Italian. Having said that our english speaking kids loved it. And for us it was a chance to experience an outing the locals would attend rather than a tourist...More

Thank Cindy I
Reviewed 12 February 2017 via mobile

Very expensive 30 euros for 2 adults and 3 yr old. Garden walk is nice with sculptures and gardens, however mainly it seems to be in a sad state of repair. Museum dusty and out of date. Fairy house full of dead flys. Antique carousels...More

1  Thank abzjantony
Reviewed 24 October 2016

Theme park, nothing special, I could see kids under age of 10 liked it. We are adults, and nothing really catches an eye. So if you are passing by and have kids - go for it. If you are planning to make a detour for...More

Thank Nataša A
Reviewed 12 October 2016

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 Flying fox and the art activities in the picnic area in...More

Thank SherbetNZ
Reviewed 9 October 2016 via mobile

Went to Parco Pinocchio with our two daughter 7 & 6. Went straight through the park to the new zip wire which they completely loved. They cross obstacles around the river while attached to a wire (think Go Ape if you are British). The kids...More

Thank Jenny P
Reviewed 22 September 2016 via mobile

If you have kids you need to go and see the history here. A mini fun park that has merry go rounds etc. There is a climbing park where the kids get harnessed up (as safety is priority) with an awesome flying fox over a...More

Thank Anthony A
Reviewed 16 September 2016 via mobile

Not sure what we were expecting but this a complete waste of money. Displays were out dated, tired looking, uninteresting and untidy. We kept walking expecting to find something remotely interesting. It may be a fun place for kids under 7 however don't bother going...More

Thank Mjn45
Reviewed 7 September 2016

We decided to visit this attraction as my birthday treat! We arrived mid morning so there was quite a queue but it was dealt with quickly. Once inside the crowds dispersed and it was easy to stroll around. Many of the features were art work...More

Thank N10BOR
Reviewed 29 August 2016 via mobile

We were clearly told at reception that the butterfly house was within the park. On our visit it was a little way down the road and by the time we left we had missed our chance to visit - they flatly refused to refund us...More

Thank PJB683
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6 July 2016|
Response from Susi C | Reviewed this property |
We hired a car so we could move without wasting time waiting for buses. We used Europcar and are very happy with the services. If you decide on a car take a fully comprehensive insurance as other cars are likely to scratch... More