Do you have an artist in your life?  Do you know someone with an eclectic soul?  Then you'll want to go grab some coffee one morning and surprise them with a random road trip to this random artistic hidden destination.  Everyone knows someone who will resonate with this interesting place.  My oldest daughter, Bri, will love when I surprise her with a tour of this artists' personal masterpiece that always seems to be under construction. Have you ever been to Luna Parc? It's one of those weird places in New Jersey that you have to see. It's the private home and studio of madcap artist Ricky Boscarino that accepts tours available by appointment.

This is one of those destinations that not everyone knows about but everyone should experience. If you are artistic at heart you'll find this charming, eerie, artistic and fun place calling you inside. This property really is a hidden gem as interesting as its owner, Ricky Boscarino. Ricky is an eclectic multimedia artist who also makes this part-time museum his creative work space, art studio and home.

Prepare to amazed when you first set your eyes on Luna Parc. Aside from being tucked away in the woods which gives the vibe something extra, you'll be "wowed" by the artist's creativity and use of color.

Photo credit: Luna Parc Facebook
Photo credit: Luna Parc Facebook

When you visit, you'll be able to enjoy the artist's showroom filled with spooky jewelry and other creations. Even the scenery is a work of art...this magical museum will capture your imagination and make for a million Instagram photo opportunities.

You can't just walk into this special place though, there are only special times of operation making it even more mysterious. You can visit their website to see the next time artist Ricky Boscarino will open his home to the public for a tour and viewing. In the meantime, you can sneak a peek at his work by looking at the Luna Parc website. Here is the address for your GPS...22 Degroat Rd, Sandyston, NJ 07827. Set up your tour by reaching out to the artist See more photos on their Facebook Page here.

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