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If you love art, and especially art on display in a breathtaking surrounding, then don't miss this place: a very large garden/wooded area will show you a large variety of contemporary art, a bit on the spiritual side, but really worth a visit.
This was about our fourth visit. If we have house guests and the weather is good we take them here. There is so much to see and Spoerri’s sculptures are so interesting. There is usually new work added every time . Be prepared to devote...More
Many many sculptures and installations some of questionable merit. A few were excellent, notably the elephants graveyard and the geese. If you like modern art combined with a stroll in the Tuscan countryside, then this is right up your "strasse".)All informations in Italian or German...More
A jewel; intriguing, beautiful, disturbing, funny, interesting art in a varied and huge garden/estate in a beautiful setting with spectacular views and light.
Very friendly staff. Go as soon as it opens during the week if you want to get at least some of it...More
The four of us visit the park yesterday morning.
The idea and the location is nice; the young lady at the ticket desk/bar not so much as she seems less friendly that the usual tuscans. The park is big and interesting but with the a...More
The sculpture park is located about 2 km from Seggiano, a small (and remote) hill town on the western slopes Monte Amiata.....the opposite side of the mountain from the beautiful, but touristed Val d'Orcia and some 50 kilometers east of Grossetto (near the sea)......actually less...More
This 16 hectare sculpture park is located about 2 kilometres from Seggiano on the road from Seggiano to Pescina. We had enjoyed a great lunch at Il Silene (highly recommended) and saw the signs to the garden on our way back to Siena.
In a large park, Daniel Spoerri has placed many of his own works and various friends. On a hot summer day it is impossible to study them all, but you can break your visit with a nice lunch.
The works of Spoerri are very original.
Even though it was closed for the season, you can contact the garden foundation and they may arrange to let you in. I visited the place by myself and spent hours there looking at the sculptures in what really is a glorious setting. it felt...More