You usually visit them in a diving suit, in special boats or through a system of hollow tunnels. Underwater museums are the latest trend that is winning the hearts of tourists.
Here are the most impressive existing underwater museums in the world.
#1 Musan in Cyprus (Museum of Underwater Sculpture Ayia Napa)
This Impressive Museum Opened in July off the Coast of Cyprus
It Can Only Be Visited With Diving Equipment
It Has 93 Sculptures Created by Jason Decaires Taylor
The Space Created Is Intended to Help Viewers Explore the Relationship Between Man and Nature
#2 Musa in Mexico (Museo Subacuático de Arte)
Located off the Coast of Cancun, It Has Been in Existence Since 2009. It Was Largely Its Success That Popularized the Idea of Underwater Museums
It Has About 500 Sculptures Also Created by Jason Decaires Taylor
The World Created by the Sculptures Seems Both Absurd and Unreal, Yet Close to Our Own
They Are Visited With Scuba Diving Equipment, or Special Boats
#3 Archaeological Marine Park of Baia, Italy
This Museum Is Much Different From the Previous Two, as It Was Created by Nature Itself
The Archaeological Marine Park of Baia Is a Sunken Maritime Town That Served as a Seaside Resort for Wealthy Romans Many Centuries Ago
Many Emperors Spent Time Here and Had Their Estates
Many Mosaics, Fragments of Baths, Villas, a Road and Other Parts of the Town Have Survived
#4 Underwater Museum of Art in Florida
Located in America’s Grayton Beach National Park, the Underwater Museum Is Vying to Be One of the Most Impressive of Its Kind in the World
It Already Contains a Sizable Collection of Sculptures, and New Ones Are Added to It Every Year
In Its Case It Is Difficult to Talk About Any Coherent Message, Americans Bet on Quantity and Momentum, Although It Is Clear That It Is Only the Beginning
The World Created by the Sculptures Seems to Be Strongly Surreal
#5 Museo ATLántico on the Spanish Island of Lanzarote
As the Creators of the Museum, Which Opened in 2016, Themselves Admit, It Was Inspired by Mexico’s Musa
It Has About 300 Sculptures Located in an Area of 2734.033 (ft2). Most of Them Are Located About 39ft. Below Sea Level
The Collection Is Intended to Draw Attention to the Problems Associated With Climate Change
The Tour Is Accompanied by Experienced Divers
BONUS: The Ocean Atlas
This massive sculpture measures 16ft. and weighs 60 tons. It lies off the coast of the Bahamas. The sculpture of the girl refers to the Greek titan Atlas supporting the firmament of the sky. She is the work of Jason deCaires Taylor and is now considered the largest underwater sculpture by this artist.
Would you like to visit any of them?