Davinoff's Concrete Sculpture Garden
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Davinoff's Concrete Sculpture Garden

Davinoff's Concrete Sculpture Garden
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NOTICE: THE SCULPTURES HAVE BEEN GIFTED TO THE BOTANIC PARK FOR THEIR NEW CHILDREN’S AREA. DAVINOFF’S PARK IS NOW CLOSED…THE SCULPTURES WERE MOVED AND RELOCATED TO THE BOTANIC PARK. On the highway, Old Robin Road, between Old Man Bay and the Queen's Momument, North Side, is a small concrete sculpture garden/park next to the road with free admission and free parking. Sculptures include a giant 16' Blue Iguana, a 6' giant land crab, super sized octopus, 17' crocodile and more. Persons can stop, walk around, look and take pictures. It’s great for kids. It is also a popular geocaching site. Free... No charge. Open everyday. The statues within this garden are on private property so please be respectful of the owner's privacy.
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K L
Greer, SC12 contributions
This place is a bit off the beaten path, but what fun sculptures we discovered! Especially if you have kids with you, don't miss it. I'd love to meet the artist!
Written 18 August 2022
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steve p
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We drove by this place many times, but never had the chance to stop. This is our loss because we ran out of time. What an interesting place from just what we could see.
Written 9 July 2022
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noblelily
University Place, WA6 contributions
This is amazing and fun to look at. Make sure to park in the center parking spaces . Do not park on drive way. If you have one of the little cars and drive of the edge of the driveway you may get stuck.
Written 1 May 2022
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Andrew M
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This sculpture garden is situated on Old Robin Road, North Side. It is 31 km from Georgetown and may be easily reached by taking bus 7a, 7b, 9a or 9b . Another option is to take bus 8a or 8b to Jack’s Esso and walk east for 10 minutes to the sculptures. The park was established in 2010 and contains artwork by David Quasius (aka Davinoff). Access to the park is free, as it is located on the grounds of a private house.

The park includes sculptures which are mostly related to the history of the island, so if you do a bit of research before visiting, there will be a better appreciation of the sculptures. The oldest sculpture is “Ivana the Blue Iguana” which is one of the most photographed. The blue iguana is rarely seen, as it is classified as an endangered species on the island. Your best opportunity of seeing a blue iguana, will be at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Gardens, a few kilometers south of this site, which also has a similar sculpture. To the right of Ivanka is Romenio, the Cuban crocodile. Unfortunately this animal was hunted to extinction in Cayman.

I thought that the best sculpture was of the four snorkelers. If you kneel just behind and to the right of the snorkeler who is pointing, you will get a great photo of all snorkelers and the shark fin that is headed in their direction. In the center of the park is a beautiful one armed mermaid with shells in her hair and coloured stones on her tail. Her missing arm is found a few paces to the left, where a Zombie Medusa sculpture can be found. The zombie has blue eyes and reminded me of a similar creature in Plants vs. Zombies.

Another photo favourite is the Spectre Octopus of James Bond (007) fame. This octopus was on the signet rings worn by spectre agents. Other interesting sculptures include Finley the Mahi Mahi, Rudy and Trudy Agouti, Henrietta and her chicks and Stonehenge. Nearby attractions include the Crystal Caves and Mastic Trail.
Written 18 February 2022
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stonyBROOK96
Stony Brook, NY23 contributions
Take 20 minutes to check out this fun spot. Owner of home has alloted the frontage of their property to this quirky and clever sculpture garden open to the public:)
Written 20 January 2022
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wrldtravelinprogress
Grand Cayman5 contributions
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We stopped by this afternoon and had such a wonderful time enjoying the beautiful sculptures. They are magnificent and have so much detail in the work. The artist and his wife were there and are extremely friendly and welcoming. I would highly recommend visiting!
Written 17 February 2021
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Thanks for the great review. A major part of the satisfaction of making and having the Concrete Park is the opportunity to chat with visitors in the Park.
Written 18 February 2021
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Sue Z
Maineville, OH313 contributions
A quick stop to take interesting pictures. Only parking for three cars. Takes about 5 minutes. I liked the mermaid.
Written 24 March 2020
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Jackieshistorical
Grand Cayman31 contributions
I enjoyed taking my quest to see the Local Animals created out of Cement.Mortar
by the artist.

seeing the igquana, turtle, persons snorkeling, parrot, chickens was nice to see
check it our on your next visit to the island
Written 10 March 2020
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Cathy F
Grand Cayman7 contributions
The cement figures are so cool! Lots of details in each one. Great place for children (of all ages!) to explore! We all had a great time!
Written 5 March 2020
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rrexerr
california15 contributions
definitely worth the stop, fun concrete characters are cleverly placed and fun to look at, a 10 minute stop
Written 5 March 2020
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