The Underwater Museum of Art in Cancun or MUSA is located 10 minutes from Cancun. It is 15 meters deep and 2 kms long underwater museum full of extraordinary coral structures and marvellous species as sponges, mollusks, crustaceans and a variety of colorful fish.
It was created in 2009 by the British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor and other Mexican sculptors.
Jason DeCaires Taylor deposited at the Western tip of the Quintana Roo National Park an extraordinary Museum which is already recognized as the largest Underwater Museum in the world.
The human impacts on natural reefs combined with natural forces such as Hurricane Wilma have threatened the future of marine life in Cancun and Isla Mujeres. Hence, the importance of the creation of the Underwater Museum in 2009, the biggest of its kind and conceived in the Mexican Caribbean.
MUSA is made up of approximately 450 spectacular sculptures made with ecological materials that promote the growth of coral and lodges a variety of marine species.
Price: 119 USD + 2 tanks
The price includes transport ONLY for groups in Riviera Maya.
Minimum of 3 guests for this excursion is required.