Professor Luise Kimme, a German sculptor, lives below the village of Bethel, Tobago since 1979, where she has her studio and the Luise Kimme Sculpture Museum. Her unique Caribbean sculptures are created from native wood, often making use of the natural growth of trees and limbs.When holidaying in Tobago, a Sunday visit to the Kimme Museum is a must. There you can admire the larger than life size sculptures made from oak and cedar wood, depicting perfect portraits of the Tobago islanders.
Visiting hours: Sundays from 9.00 am - 2.00 pm. Visits at other times can be arranged per telephone ( 868) 639-0257. ( To get to the museum you pass the Mount Irvine Bay Hotel and follow the "Luise Kimme Museum" signs all the way up.)