Construction Continues On Museum Playground

May 10, 2014

Construction has begun on the new playground at the National Museum in Dockyard, with a giant eel in place and a replica of the St. David’s lighthouse keeping watch over the area, along with climbing poles designed to resemble sea grass throughout.

Designed by Danish firm Monstrum in Copanhagen and arriving in Bermuda on April 28, the unique playground equipment started being installed on the grounds on May 7; so far, the eel and lighthouse have been erected, along with the climbing poles and a 10 metre [32 foot] slide.

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  1. street wise says:

    Very creative for Bermuda. Looks interesting….

  2. street wise says:

    Now… can WEDCO please landscape the cruise ship area and plant a few shade trees. The Heritage Pier, in particular, is very unwelcoming to our visitors, IMHO.