The Pazzagli Art Park is situated in the south of Florence in a context of hills dotted with villas and castles. The Arno runs nearby. In the wide area of 23,900 square meters, it is possible to admire more than 200 works of art: many of these works are metal sculptures made by the same creator of the Park, Enzo Pazzagli. There are also several resin cows of the Cow Parade, and even a “living sculpture” of 300 cypresses, which can be best admired from above.
Children can see beautiful works of the Viareggio Carnival Foundation. There is also a playground with swings, slides and a large inflatable dragon. Art and creative workshops for children and lessons on eco-sustainability are by reservation.
Parco d'arte Pazzagli
Via Sant'Andrea a Rovezzano, 5, 50136 Firenze FI, Italia