Musicians Park

Musicians Park

Music has a power all its own – it inspires emotions within us that can turn small moments into unforgettable memories. Melodies enjoyed with a backdrop of gorgeous views and shared with good people bring about a lasting joy that stays with you for the rest of your days. If you crave this experience, you should pay a visit to the village of Shekvetili, where in the Musicians Park, you’ll encounter a celebration of world’s music.

What will You See at Musicians Park?

One of the first things you’ll see upon entering this seaside park is the impressive sculpture of Frank Sinatra. As you approach, you’ll hear him singing his iconic “My Way”. A little farther down the path, Louis Armstrong will serenade you with his moving “What a Wonderful World”. Up ahead, Gia Kancheli plays “She is Here”, an everlasting symbol of love.

Musicians Park was opened in 2016, alongside the Black Sea Arena, and thirty-five sculptures of both Georgian and foreign musicians stand there, bringing their art to life for you.

What does Musicians Park Look Like?

The 21-hectare park boasts the unique species of plants and a koi pond with decorative Japanese fish. 

In the evenings the large three-part singing fountains begin their dance, and a laser show, with videos and pictures displayed on a curtain of water, begins.

The park is open from 7:00 am until midnight every day, and you relax on the green lawn at any time of day, soaking in the music of some of the all-time greats as you do.

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