The sculpture garden was a nice find as I strolled through Key West. I didn't expect it but it was nice and out of the ordinary.
Life size busts of people that have played an important part in Key West's history. Nice little free diversion as you are waiting for a table at El Meson de Pepe.
The garden is a very pretty spot adjacent to Mallory Square. If street performers aren't your thing, take a visit here. There is history and some wonderful statues. Also peaceful compared to the carnival atmosphere of the square.
Beautiful sculpture garden of 36 key figures who created Key West from the early1800's. Military, politicians, medical, religious, business. Men and Women. Interesting. Out-of-doors.
I enjoyed my visit to the Memorial Sculpture Garden. It was interesting to read about the folks considered "significant" with ties to Key West. You get an understanding of how Key West came to be and the people who made strives to make Key West what we enjoy today. Reading the plaques, I kept wondering, "Would the government invest money... More
Not much of a "sculpture garden" but it's worth strolling through when you are at Mallory Square for the sunset.
Actualy, it should have been ranked as a Mallory Sqare site, but never mind. You have to take your time, look and read about the characters that made this little place so great. You will learn that human genarosity and kindness do the great things. No matter if it is a president, a business man or other.
Historically interesting but you make your way through and there was very little information about the people in the garden. Would have rather paid a small fee and had a guide.
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