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Labirinto della Masone

Fontanellato, Parma

Accessibility
Family friendly
Pet Friendly
Bookshop
Eco friendly
Accomodation
Food service
Wi-Fi Area
Modern garden
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Strada Masone, 121
43012 Fontanellato (PR)

Tel. e Fax +39 0521 827081

GPS coordinates:
Latitudine: 44.853926
Longitudine: 10.144966

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Opening times

Closed from 15 January to 9 February
From 10 February, every day including holidays, from 10.30am to 7.00pm
Closed Tuesdays and holidays of December 25th and January 1st

Events
"Under the Bamboo Tree": 13 - 14 October, 2018

Tickets

Adults: € 18,00
Children (aged 6 to 12 years): € 10,00
Groups (over 15 people): € 15,00
Free admission for kids under 6 years

How to reach the gardens
By car
From Milan: Highway A1 exit Fidenza, Via Emilia / SS9 towards Parma
From Bologna: Highway A1 exit Parma, Via Emilia / SS9 towards Fidenza
From La Spezia: A15 Parma West, FOLLOW Via Emilia / SS9 towards Fidenza

By train
It reached from the Labyrinth Stations of Parma and Fidenza.
From Parma Station and Active, EVERY Saturday Until December 17, a free shuttle service.

By taxi
From the railway station of Parma and Fidenza and other places in the province of Parma, please call directly the number +39 347 3731302
Presentation
In the midst of the Emilian countryside, less than a ten-minute drive from Fidenza and fifteen from Parma, Franco Maria Ricci, publisher, designer and collector, has created the biggest bamboo maze in the world. Stepping over the threshold leads into a timeless dimension, where the taste for art and beauty are united with a passion for nature.
The path in the maze runs for about three kilometres towards an inner courtyard with a portico, church and two suites. In the main body, next to the elegant bookshop full of rare and precious publications, is the museum area where temporary exhibitions of work by exceptional artists are held, alongside the permanent show of a man, an artist, a dreamer, Franco Maria Ricci, who has taken about ten years to create this marvellous labyrinth.

Ricci, the publisher, impassioned art collector and bibliophile, dedicated ten years to developing this ingenious, visionary project on his property at Fontenallato (Parma): a monumental green maze.
The labyrinth, opened to the public in May 2015, has a star-shaped plan covering eight hectares of land, with thousands of bamboo plants of different species.

The Franco Maria Ricci Foundation, owner of the Labirinto, is responsible for preserving the books and art collections of its creator and encouraging cultural activities and entertainment. Ricci is also keen on promoting the use of bamboo – an exuberantly tough evergreen plant – to create delicate green screens as useful, though simple, disguises for the bleak industrial warehouses which often blight the Italian landscape.
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Restaurants
Inside the Maze you can have breakfast, lunch o a simple snack choosing between the coffee bar Il Caffè del Labirinto or the restaurant Il Bistrot del Labirinto.
Accomodation
It's possible to sleep inside the labyrinth in its two elegant suites.
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