HOW TO GET
Coming from the north on the Milan-Rome highway take the Firenze Impruneta exit turning right onto the highway FI-SI towards Siena for 55 km. Exit at Siena-Nord. At the roundabout go left towards Castellina for 1.5 km, then take a right turn towards Vagliagli. Drive for about 8 km and then turn right towards Pievasciata on a country road and you will find the Park with a large parking area on your right after about 4 km.
Coming from the south on the Milan-Rome highway take the exit Valdichiana and go on the highway towards Siena until the Siena Est exit. Go to the end of Viale Toselli; at the roundabout take a right turn towards Montevarchi. Continue until you reach Ponte a Bozzone where on your left you will find directions for Parco Sculture and follow them.
There is no public transport to get to the Park. The closest train station is at Siena 12 km away.
All year round from 10 am; closure varies depending on the season
€ 10 adults, € 5 children under 16 years
The Chianti Sculpture Park is an ideal place for lovers of art and nature or for those who simply are looking for something different in the Chianti area. The visit, covering an area of about one kilometre on foot, is suitable for people of any age.
There is ample free parking space at the entrance to the Park, with easy access even by pullman. Booking is obligatory for guided tours, write to firstname.lastname@example.org
People with disabilities:
You can visit the Park with a suitable wheelchair. Inside the Park there is a forest path with a maximum gradient of 20%.
Visits with children:
Children find the Sculpture Park fascinating. They are exposed to works by artists from all five continents using various materials and themes some of which are experimental pieces, for example the Labyrinth.
Visits with four legged friends:
Dogs are allowed on a leash.