He is just how you’d imagine a pioneer to be: someone who has an idea – his own idea– of building an attraction covering the whole of Switzerland. A real worker, a Jack of all Trades, whose vocabulary did not include Fridays and Sundays, holidays or simply lazing around.
He demanded a lot from his associates. But he also gave them a lot. When insurmountable disagreements occurred, he would always find all-round solutions. This identity may apply to various Swiss pioneers, but here we are referring to Pierre Vuigner who was born in Grimisuat in the canton of Valais and who 52 years ago had an idea that simply would not then let him rest. Based on the example of the Dutch park “Madurodam”, he wanted to create the same thing in Switzerland