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Underwater Sculpture Park
Moilinere Bay
Tel: + 44 (0)7762 829173

Created by artist Jason de Caires Taylor in 2006, this unique seabed sculpture park consists of 65 sculptures permanently sited in the clear waters of Grenada, covering an area of 800 square metres. 

Over time the sculptures have become a home for natural ecosystems and the sculpture park acts as a basis for a new artificial reef, while also acting as an attraction to divert the visitors’ attention away from the nearby endangered reefs of the island.

The Underwater Sculpture Park is located two miles north of the capital St Georges on the west coast of the island, within an area designated a National Marine Park. You can see the art works by diving or snorkelling, or from a glass-bottomed boat. It is roughly a 10 minute boat ride from St Georges and 15 minutes from Grand Anse.

A map of the sculptures around Moilinere Bay can be downloaded here.

Jason de Caires Taylor established a second underwater sculpture garden in 2009 in Mexico, named The Cancun and Isla Mujeres Underwater Museum.


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Underwater Sculpture Park, Grenada

Underwater Sculpture Park, Grenada

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