Denis Carbonaro & The Bark Park

Denis Carbonaro & The Bark Park The Bark Park is exclusively masterminded for its supporters. Heartfelt Thanks. Happy WOWs! The Bark Park is a private home in a private residential area.

Supporters themselves must contact the Bark Park remotely to request and agree a visit via SMS by typing password: "Happy WOWs!" to mobile: +447882430210. The Bark Park is a private gallery and private property. The Bark Park is not public domain, it is not copyright free and it is not free to visit. The Bark Park is not a “public” tourist attraction nor a public landmark nor a public monument. Th

e Bark Park is not a tourist service, so there is no shop here, it's not a restaurant and it does not sell postcards. Supporters themselves must contact the Bark Park remotely to request and agree a visit via SMS by typing password: "Happy WOWs!" to Bark Park's mobile: +447882430210. Denis & Haggis

Warning! - Unnotified visits are not an option. Stalking, peeping, snooping, spying or any ”un-just looking” excuse into the Bark Park are considered a serious invasion of privacy and will not be tolerated 24/7 day and night.

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132 Strathbeg Drive
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Welcome to the Surreal Bark Park and number ONE thing-to-do in Dalgety Bay*!

Please notice that the Bark Park is NOT a public park and it is NOT open to the general public. The ONLY way to visit the Bark Park is by APPOINTMENT & advance booking.

PLEASE text the SMS password: “Happy Wows!” on mobile 07882430210. Also include HOW MANY people will be there, WHEN you intend to visit and HOW MUCH you intend to donate.

You will meet Haggis, the Yeti mascot of the park, who will guide your tour. Haggis is also a cover monster as he was on the front page of The Guardian on the 11th of August 2017 when the paper commemorated the 70th anniversary of the Edinburgh Festival.

The tour takes around 2 hours and a minimum of 2 more hours are needed to prepare for the tour, of which 45 minutes only to get Haggis ready. Please keep this in mind when deciding the amount of your donation.