Park im Grüene is a public park and a small amusement park in the municipality of Rüschlikon in Switzerland. The park area comprises the former estate of Adele and Gottlieb Duttweiler that went to public use in 1947.LocationThe park area is situated in the municipality of Rüschlikon on the northern Zimmerberg plateau in the Canton of Zürich overlooking Zürichsee and the Sihl Valley. Public transport is provided by the VBZ bus line 165 from Bürkliplatz Zürich and Arboretum Zürich toards Belvoir stop, and by the S-Bahn Zürich line S8 to the Rüschlikon railway station.NameThe parks's Swiss German name literally means Park in the green, but commonly used is Dutti-Park, the popular nickname of Gottlieb Dutweiler.HistoryThe park area comprises the former estate of Adele and Gottlieb Duttweiler, who gave over the spacious area of their estate to the public use in 1946/47 – hence the admission is free, according to Duttweiler's social understanding. The Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute (GDI) is also part of the «Im Grüene» foundation. It was created on 24 December 1946 Adele and Gottlieb Duttweiler. The foundation's assets include the 4.5ha Langhalden estate and an endowment. At the time the foundation was established, the donation had a total value of 520,000 Swiss francs, which after adjusting for inflation is equal to about 2.6 million Swiss Francs today. The Foundation was tasked to make the Langhalden estate available to the general public as a place of recreation. The donor's intentions were realised by turning the estate into the «Im Grüene» Park (known locally as «Dutti-Park»). The GDI is located on the edge of the park.
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