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Underwater Sculptures, St. George's

Categories: Monuments, Specialty Museums, Museums, Tourist Spots
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3.8/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web
Head beneath the surface to see an interesting and unusual art and conservation project at Underwater Sculptures. Created by British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor, the park features over 65 individual sculptures, with some positioned together to form a scene, and some standing alone. Open to artistic interpretation, the sculptures have been designed to promote the regrowth of coral and other aquatic life in the area. The hope is that the sculptures will provide a sanctuary for marine life once coral polyps attach to the concrete statues, and alleviate the intense pressure on the ecosystem because of tourism and hurricanes. Explore the underwater park on a scuba diving, snorkeling, or glass-bottomed boat excursion. Add Underwater Sculptures and other attractions to your St. George's trip itinerary using our St. George's trip builder.
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  • I have snorkelled around the sculptures a couple of times now and each time I find a new one to appreciate. Even better you can see how the sculptures are becoming integrated into the local environmen...  read more »
  • This under water Sculpture are the best that the Caribbean has. All thanks to Phill Owner of Dive Grenada is partner. The Nutmeg Princes is the recent one that have been plunged early up this year. Th...  read more »
  • Even if you've never dived. Delete a person in a mask in the right place (guide shows where) enough to see not only these statues, but also small fishes, who are waiting for every tourist, hoping for crumbs from the hands of swimmers. Then they stajkoj surround your hand. yellow as chickens and are catching every Crumb. Big fish also appear with the edge of the Pack, but they don't keep up. Stock up on crackers and forward.
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