Bruno Weber Park is a sculpture park in Zurich, Switzerland. The park was opened in 2012 to show off the works of Swiss sculptor Bruno Weber who had passed away the year before. Weber started off his art career as a painter but found his best work in concrete sculpting. The park is full of his best work, which includes gargoyles and ‘wing-dogs’ amongst other sculptures.
The park is situated out of Zurich in a local town called ‘Dietikon’. You can get organised buses from Zurich to the sight or get the train from Zurich to ‘Dietikon’. By S-Bahn train, get the S3, S12, S17 or S19 train to ‘Dietikon’ which is a 10-minute walk away from the sculpture park.
Opening Times and Admission
The park is open every day during daylight hours. Visitors to the park have to pay to enter, admission is set at 18CHF for adults, 14 CHF for seniors and students and 10 CHF for children. Group tickets are available at a discounted price.