Walking down the side of the Russell Cotes Museum, to the entrance, we spotted loads of amazing little seaside themed sculptures fixed to the railings. We were amused by their diversity – here are a few of them
Holiday gear –bikini, sunglasses, flipflop, bucket and spade – and a beach hut in which to store them.
Activities – fly a kite, build a sandcastle, play ball, eat an ice cream or some Bournemouth rock – and search for treasure with a metal detector.
Creatures - who live in the oceans or on the cliffs
I SPY - look through the binoculars – can you see a mermaid, or a shipwreck?
Actually, if you DO look through the binoculars, you see the tiny silhouette of a drowning man!These artworks were clearly a source of fascination to many others who were walking along the path. It was great to see grannies and toddlers chatting together.
If it is too far to walk, have a ride on the little train!