Sir Nicholas Nuttall Coral Reef Sculpture Garden

The Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation (BREEF) created the country’s first underwater living art gallery off the south west coast of New Providence near the Clifton Heritage National Park.

Coral Restoration

Reefs are home to 25% of all marine life but they are are under threat.

BREEF created the Sir Nicholas Nuttall Coral Reef Sculpture Garden to draw attention and inspire specific action to protect our oceans.

Oil pollution is a major threat to the sculpture garden and adjacent coral reefs. BREEF advocates for the effective clean up. Growing endangered corals at our coral nursery helps restore natural reefs.

Underwater Art Exhibits

BREEF Sculpture Garden Ocean Atlas Exhibit by Jason de Caires Taylor

Ocean Atlas

The centrepiece sculpture “Ocean Atlas” is the largest underwater sculpture in the world.

Jason de Caires Taylor

BREEF Sculpture Garden Virtuoso Man Exhibit by Willicey Tynes

Virtuoso Man

Giving attention to the role of the more insightful, wiser, older generation while paying homage to the role of Atlas.

Willicey Tynes

BREEF Sculpture Garden Lucayan Face Exhibit by Andret John

Lucayan Face

Measures up to seven feet and honours the archipelago’s first known inhabitants, the Lucayans.

Andret John

BREEF Sculpture Garden Reef Balls from the Reef Ball Foundation

Reef Balls

65 Additional artificial reef structures from the Reef Ball Foundation form the backbone of snorkel trails at the site.

Reef Ball Foundation

A Unique Experience

Bahamas Reef Environment Education Foundation (BREEF)

BREEF (Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation) is a registered Bahamian non-profit foundation based in New Providence, Bahamas.

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