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Il Labirinto della Masone, progettato da Franco Maria Ricci, copre 7 ettari di terreno ed è stato realizzato interamente con piante di bambù di specie diverse. Il complesso del labirinto ospita spazi culturali per più di 5000 metri quadrati...more
Take the subject line "Think twice before visiting with teenagers" literally.
I visited myself with my teenagers, and it was an enjoyable visit, but I am surprised to see how much money and talent has been invested in this place without ever thinking about this...More
You can lose yourselves in the maze and then in the art museum. On a hot day being under the bamboo was great. The big surprise was the complex at the centre. The bonus was the amazing art museum as well as the food and...More
One of the best experiences ever. Staff was of the highest standard (elegant, excellent manners and eager to help), collection is simply unique (think out of the box please - art is polymorphous) and the labyrinth is full of different types of bambù (impressive variety...More
A little bit skeptical after having read reviews (very high entrance price, small value), we remained fascinated by the magic and suspended environment built by Franco Maria Ricci in the middle of nothing. The Labyrinth is a nice game, good to spend half a hour...More
I enjoyed one day in Labirinto della Masone with a few friends of mine.
We really had so much fun in trying to get out of the maze which is definetly different from the classic idea we may have of a maze.
It is not...More
If you are visiting the area this place deserve a stop. A dense bamboo forest is waiting for you. Just after the entrance it's possibile to access a small tower to have a glance of the labirinth from above. Keep in mind that this glance...More
If you ignore the price, which is a bit too much, we had a nice visit at the labyrinth, with a 5yo girl (and a baby). The adventure is nice and easy, and the museum exhibitions are unusual...
So if you like strange exhibitions and...More
We went to Parma specifically for the labyrinth. Not the easiest place to get to, so I recommend arranging transportation to a from ahead of time!! We took a train from Rome to Parma, then a bus from the train station to the Labyrinth. The...More
Fairly large labyrinth with some interesting architecture and many kinds of bamboo-like plantation. The kids enjoyed it as long as we did not get lost, but even then it was only a short detour. There are maps at multiple locations within the labyrinth, so you...More