The Sculpture Park opened in 2001 on the same grounds where remnants of the Templo Maya Diosa Ixchel can also be seen by interested visitors. It is an open air musuem with a mayan related theme. All together, there are 23 original pieces which were donated by local and foreign artists. The most well known of this group are Jose Luis Cuevas and Sebastian.
One of the sculpture’s, created by Sebastian, is called Chac-Mool; a name given to a type of pre-columbian, meso- american stone statute which depicts a human figure in a reclining position with the head up and turned to one side as seen in this abstract rendering. The original meaning of Chac-Mool, however, is unknown. The other piece featured in this post is the work of Jose Luis Cuevas and is named “El Tamborilero” which is almost like saying Mr. Tambourine Man. If the tambourine man could sing a song today, it would be about the rust and corrosion that will eventually destroy these sculptures if repairs are not made in the near future..