This large sculpture park is the continuing work-in-progess of Bruce Weber. Made mostly of concrete, Weber's work is made up of grand-scale ancient and mythical creatures and monsters. He also constructed a great palace known as the Towerhouse, where he and his wife live and work, that looms over the strange exotic world he has created.
Covered in murals, and reminiscent of both an Indian temple and a Gothic cathedral, the interior of the Towerhouse, filled with homemade furniture, is even more whimsical than the sculpture garden. Worried by the threat of modernization swallowing the once sleepy farm village of Dietikon, Weber wanted his park to be a place for the imagination to roam free.