The Big Fiddle, Sydney
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
With a name that says it all, sitting on the Sydney waterfront The Big Fiddle is a quirky homage to Cape Breaton's Celtic heritage and fiddle music. Artist Cyril Hearn created the structure in 2005, which soars 17 m (55.7 ft) into the air. A beacon for musical events and local artisan markets, the fiddle also acts as a popular photo opportunity, so bring your camera. Believed to be the largest illuminated fiddle in the world, you can't miss this charming and playful sight as you stroll along the relaxing waterfront. Head to one of the nearby Big Fiddle Markets for speciality tartans celebrating the island's celtic ancestry. Add The Big Fiddle and other attractions to your Sydney trip itinerary using our Sydney travel itinerary maker.
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The Big Fiddle is just that, a Big Fiddle, made of steel, remarkably true to life, said to be playable but by which giant (?) and symbolic of the rich Celtic musical heritage and culture of Cape Breto... read more »
An awesome thing to see! True monument to that part of Nova Scotia. We enjoyed visiting this monument very much.
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