Edward James Sculpture Garden, Las Pozas
The Edward James Sculpture Garden, Las Pozas was created by Edward Frank Willis James, an eccentric British poet, artist and patron of the Surrealist movement. James created a fusion between the organic and the artificial, between the jungle and the concrete, which merges the two worlds into one. The total area of the Garden is 37 hectares dedicated to ecological conservation, of these 9 hectares make up the sculpture garden, where you can admire more than 28 structures and sculptures. In 2007 the Fundación Pedro y Elena Hernández, AC, acquired Las Pozas with the purpose of preserving the sculptures and conserving the ecosystem.