A collection of ecological underwater contemporary art located in the Caribbean sea and was created by British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor.

The underwater sculpture park, which began construction in 2006 is situated on the sandy ocean floor in the barren Molinere Bay. There are over sixty-five concrete individual sculptures covering an area of over 800 square meters.

The sculptures are situated in a variety of depths of water with a maximum of 12 meters, and the park is visited daily by scuba divers, snorkelers and glass bottom boats. The sculpture park is accessible via boat from the main port of St Georges or Grand Anse Bay on the West coastline.

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