Since the dawn of time when a human first stood up naked and terrified in a hostile environment, he has embarked on an arduous journey of knowledge. Little did he know that it was going to propel him towards the infinite and the divine, leading him to grapple with the concepts of immortality and beyond.
Nowadays, as human beings extricate themselves from the turbulence of the past, a future that is both fascinating and frightening has slowly emerged to unleash their free-flowing imagination, and that is shaking up all the foundations of their innate understanding about life.

It is a fabulous epic that the Frankenstein Park strives to embed the visitors within.

FRANKENSTEIN…
Frankenstein, the monstrous creature recognized all over the world, whose name is often mistaken for his creator called Victor Frankenstein, has nowadays become one of the most significant icons in contemporary mass-culture.

MOUNT TAMBORA 1815
The most frightening volcanic eruption in the history of humankind, took place in Asia. It was the event that transformed the 19th century in the most radical way.

GENEVA 1816
Dreamed up on a dark and cold midsummer’s night, like a terrifying sequel to those far-off volcanic emissions, the first modern myth came into being in the form of the world’s first science-fiction novel: Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus..

This revolutionary book would change the world!

THE AUTHOR
Mary SHELLEY (1797-1851), an extraordinary young woman only in her 18 years of age, invented a Genevan character, Victor Frankenstein, who would create life from inanimate matters…
This highly revolutionary act, which went against the faith and morality of its times, would radically change the approaches to science and experimentation thereafter.

THE PARK
The legacy of the revolution in our thoughts on science and technology, with their potential to influence both the present and the future, is the origin and foundation of the Frankenstein Park. The purpose of the Park is to present to the visitors the eventful march of human towards eternity, to describe it, to explain it, and to reveal its spectacular implications through the perspective of popular culture.

Since the dawn of time when a human first stood up naked and terrified in a hostile environment, he has embarked on an arduous journey of knowledge. Little did he know that it was going to propel him towards the infinite and the divine, leading him to grapple with the concepts of immortality and beyond.
Nowadays, as human beings extricate themselves from the turbulence of the past, a future that is both fascinating and frightening has slowly emerged to unleash their free-flowing imagination, and that is shaking up all the foundations of their innate understanding about life.

It is a fabulous epic that the Frankenstein Park strives to embed the visitors within.

FRANKENSTEIN…
Frankenstein, the monstrous creature recognized all over the world, whose name is often mistaken for his creator called Victor Frankenstein, has nowadays become one of the most significant icons in contemporary mass-culture.

MOUNT TAMBORA 1815
The most frightening volcanic eruption in the history of humankind, took place in Asia. It was the event that transformed the 19th century in the most radical way.

GENEVA 1816
Dreamed up on a dark and cold midsummer’s night, like a terrifying sequel to those far-off volcanic emissions, the first modern myth came into being in the form of the world’s first science-fiction novel: Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus..

This revolutionary book would change the world!

THE AUTHOR
Mary SHELLEY (1797-1851), an extraordinary young woman only in her 18 years of age, invented a Genevan character, Victor Frankenstein, who would create life from inanimate matters…
This highly revolutionary act, which went against the faith and morality of its times, would radically change the approaches to science and experimentation thereafter.

THE PARK
The legacy of the revolution in our thoughts on science and technology, with their potential to influence both the present and the future, is the origin and foundation of the Frankenstein Park. The purpose of the Park is to present to the visitors the eventful march of human towards eternity, to describe it, to explain it, and to reveal its spectacular implications through the perspective of popular culture.