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Yet another surprise awaits you in Darmstadt

While taking a walk around Darmstadt, we stumbled upon this fascinating garden and weren't even... read more

Reviewed 26 June 2017
ccbb3306
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Frankfurt, Germany
Felt a little bit like Alice in wonderland...in a garden with the mad hatter

This beautiful garden located at the Mathildenhoehe offers a really crazy collection of sculptures... read more

Reviewed 21 May 2017
girlfromfaraway
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Germany
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Reviewed 26 June 2017

While taking a walk around Darmstadt, we stumbled upon this fascinating garden and weren't even sure if we could go in. I am so glad we did and wish we had spent lots more time there. The energy of this garden is so peaceful and...More

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Reviewed 21 May 2017 via mobile

This beautiful garden located at the Mathildenhoehe offers a really crazy collection of sculptures, plants, secluded sitting places including books, little ponds, and even trampolins - definitely worth visiting - you need to see the wacky beauty of the place to understand what cannot be...More

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Reviewed 19 February 2016

You gotta still have chaos in yourself to be able to give birth to such a garden. Not sure where the vorticity comes from, but the water features are really great. Definitely worth a detour.

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Reviewed 18 January 2016

My friend whom I visited in Darmstadt, knew about this charming garden. We both agreed, that this peaceful spot, would have been even more impressive in spring or summer. I was truly fascinated by the tour around this little jungle with beautiful ceramics, sculptures and...More

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Reviewed 23 September 2015

Like other reviewers I found this garden by accident, it sits to the south of Mathildenhöhe and if you didn't know you would miss it. From the road it looks like nothing but I noticed welcome signs in German and instructions on "How to enjoy...More

2  Thank Lushlight
Reviewed 5 May 2015

An open private garden, open until evenings (check the lit lamps!). The house is private. A garden of meditation, quiet, arts, nature, insights ... water-cascades, golden-section, non-euclidian-geometries, wilderness-permaculture, nature-reserve and sanctuary ... an -undogmatic- hommage to the "Lebensreform" - and to BALANCE (in these materialistic...More

1  Thank Henry N
Reviewed 13 November 2014

We found this garden accidentally, after a visit to Mathildenhöhe, and it was great experience! The garden belongs to a private house, but it looks more like an art project and it seems that every now and then they open it for the public. The...More

1  Thank theneverclever
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