The Neo-Gothic Park stretches out in front of the Tornielli Palace’s main façade. It was opened to the public in 1920, before which was once part of the palace’s private property, accessible via an underground passageway.
The park is home to hundred-year-old trees, lovely flower beds full of indigenous floral species, and a round classical pavilion that overflows with floral decorations.
An old circular icebox, perfectly preserved and a tower that is completely frescoed in imitation of Gothic architecture decorate the garden, lending it a unique charm.
Recently, a long and tedious restoration returned the park to its original splendor, including not only the decorative images and architecture, but also the plant life.