Fairytale Sculptures by the sea | Beelden aan Zee

Fairytale Sculptures by the sea

Fairytale Sculptures by the sea

In 2004, Beelden aan Zee Museum opened a fascinating terrace on the boulevard side. Bronze sculptures are freely accessible twenty-four hours per day in ‘SprookjesBeelden aan Zee’. American sculptor Tom Otterness, who designed similar public installations for New York, immersed himself in fairy tales and legends about the sea and modeled twenty-three groups of sculptures of which the largest – the Herring eater – reaches more than twelve meters into the sky.