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Pinocchio Park

Discovering the world’s most famous puppet

Collodi
Nestled in a splendid Mediterranean forestry area,  Pinocchio’s Monumental Park was designed by Baldi, De Luigi and Porcinai. It is located in the hometown of Carlo Lorenzini, the author of ‘Pinocchio’. As the most widely-read and most often translated non-religious book in the world, it has been cited in works by Greco, Venturi, Consagra, Michelucci and Zanuso. In ‘Pinocchio’s Park’, ‘Toyland’ and the ‘Workshop of Words and Figures’, visitors can enjoy year-round exhibitions spotlighting art and illustrations. Children and adults will delight in myriad educational exhibitions, puppet show and hands-on creative workshops.
         
Opening hours:
Open daily from March 1 to November 2, from 8.30am to sundown. From November 3 to December 19 and January 12 to February 15, the complex is open from 9am to sundown. Closed on Saturdays and Sundays, holidays and the day before holidays.

Admission:

8.00 €; reduced rates for youngsters from 3-14 years old and those over 65 - 6.00 €; reduced rates for groups over 20 people - 6.00 €; for schools - 5.00 €.

Access for the disabled:
Partial

Contact information:

Collodi
PESCIA (PISTOIA)
tel. 0572 429342

E-mail:parcodipinocchio@pinocchio.it
http://www.pinocchio.it/

Pescia
Historic capital of the Valdinievole
Pescia is considered the historic capital of the Valdinievole area thanks to its wealth of monuments that bear witness to several important epochs. Moreover, in the immediate vicinity of the capital, you can visit the village of Collodi, the small medieval town which became famous thanks to the fairy tale ‘Pinocchio’. 17,000 inhabitants live in the town of Pescia in the province of Pistoia. ...
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