Underwater Sculptures, St. George's

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Must see · Monument · Specialty Museum
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. Arrange to visit Underwater Sculptures and other attractions in St. George's using our St. George's online trip maker.
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  • My husband scuba dived and my son and I were snorkelling. My son and I couldn't see the underwater sculptures as well as my husband could, but what we did see was pretty amazing. I highly recommend...  more »
  • We drove down to Dragons Bay where Moses was there with his boat to take us out to snorkel the underwater sculpture park. He was very nice and told us just to follow the boat and pointed out each...  more »
  • Most of the sculptures are in fairly deep water so it is hard to see the detail while snorkeling. Not much coral or fish around there either.  more »
  • Lots of fun and easy snorkeling for all skill levels. We came by boat and picked up a mooring for our dinghy. There are a number of different sculptures so a perfect photo opportunity. There are tons of fish and we even saw a school of squid. On one of the trips we took there were tons of jelly fish so I recommend bringing a rash guard or wetsuit of some sorts. All around great spot for a fun day of snorkeling :)
  • This has been on my bucket list for years. We did it today and it did not disappoint absolutely a must see. I'm sure I'll dream about it tonight. We swam it with snorkel gea out of five Grenada $150.xx EC. Awesome Awesome. Love u Grenada! (All the sculptures were erect and standing)
  • I got a boat from dragon bay, a nice guy called Jonny cheap than from at St George‚Äôs. if you not a strong swimmer I would advise where a life jacket. The water is nice and calm on this side of the island.
  • Interesting snorkel. Limited sea creatures on our visit. Cool to see for sure
  • I visited the underwater sculpture Park in early March, 2019 and was distinctly underwhelmed. It is interesting to see the sculptures but as a snorkelling adventure it was fairly dire. Many years of tourist boats visiting the site have churned up the seabed so that the coral in that area is largely dead. Snorkelling in the Caribbean usually lets one see vast numbers of beautiful fish but certainly when I was there and spent nearly an hour swimming around their virtually none were visible. If I was to visit Grenada again (and I love the island) I would not bother going snorkelling there but find some where entirely different in that region.

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