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Parco dei Mostri

Localita Giardino SNC, 01020, Bomarzo, Italy
+39 0761 924029
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  • Excellent39%
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Hours Today: 8:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Localita Giardino SNC, 01020, Bomarzo, Italy
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+39 0761 924029
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is a great place to visit for all ages.There are some amazing statues and the leaflet you get on the way in gives a good explanation of it all.Its mostly shaded so nice to get out of the sun for a while and take...More

Thank lorna648
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A lush green park filled with bizarre 500-year-old stone carvings that kids can climb on/in, and adults can admire. The pamphlet you receive upon admittance explains all the arcane symbolism behind the weird statues commissioned by Prince Pier Francesco Orsini. We stopped here to let...More

Thank IndigoGrrl
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

More than 400 years old. A treasure trove of huge & unusual statues and monuments in the Italian forest. Kids loved searching for them and had a great time. Definitely worth a visit, this is not common even in a country full of art. However,...More

Thank KingOfTheNorth99
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We came from the beautiful Villa Lante with its formal gardens to this...a wonderland of sly wit and puzzlement. Wandering the trails brings you face to face with stone giants, a massive turtle, a war elephant and numerous figures from a potboiler book of that...More

Thank Penny0988
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Nice garden with original statues, providing lots of shade to walk around on a hot summer day. Good place to go with young children, entertaining for one to two hours. There is also a playing area at the entrance, as well as a picnic area...More

Thank Tersparis
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

There are some nice statues in the garden, but as a whole it couldn't convince us. The entrance price is too high, that's why I rate this only two stars. I had read some reviews complaining about the confusing map and I have to saye:...More

1  Thank Lieven C
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Reviewed 16 July 2018 via mobile

We have a young family (3&6) and we took a bit of a risk to visit this site as it was quite a distance from where we were staying. However, it was well worth it. The gardens were well maintained and the sculptures lurk around...More

Thank Johnwish
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Reviewed 11 July 2018

Map is a bit wayward but what a wacky place! The whole thing is fairly compact but does require good shoes and mobility as lots of steps and uneven surfaces. So glad we went though it is extraordinary.

Thank Sonya N
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

So interesting and fun for families! I recommend bringing a picnic, because you can eat on the grounds.

Thank A1713GYlaurab
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Reviewed 25 June 2018

We were staying in Viterbo and went by public transport. Get the bus from the terminal which goes to Orte and get off at Bomarzo. Walk down the hill (lovely views) for about half a mile. Instead of following the road signs and the road...More

Thank sheila186349
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19 July 2018|
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Response from Franchini1956 | Reviewed this property |
I think yes but I'm not sure. Find the web site and ask them.
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MonRafie
28 May 2017|
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Response from Linda_in_Quincy | Reviewed this property |
I know that there are some tours from Rome that go to both Viterbo and Bomarzo so this is an option to consider. I had to hire a driver because I can't keep up with groups on walking tours due to an ankle problem. It was... More
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Response from Lisa L | Reviewed this property |
think you'd have to get the bus or train to Orte from Rome then a bus directly
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