Tickets for Underwater Museum Paradise Island: Snorkeling + Glass-Bottomed Boat
Travel by glass-bottomed boat and snorkel around a unique underwater museum
- Travel by glass-bottomed boat and then snorkel around one of the biggest and most ambitious underwater artificial art attractions on the planet
- See small houses, a Volkswagen car, an Our Lady of Guadalupe statue and lots more cool submerged stuff
- Get your snorkeling equipment, a new snorkel tube, a life vest, lockers and showers, water, soft drinks and beer all included
The best way to see the amazing underwater sculptures of the MUSA Collection in Punta Sam is by strapping on your snorkel. But first: travel by glass-bottomed boat and float around the more than 500 statues located 3.5m beneath the ocean's surface! It's the only museum of its kind in the world!
"What's a headless torso doing under the water? ... And is that someone's old car?"
You don't know what you might come across next when you're snorkelling around the weird and wonderful MUSA (Museo Subacuático de Arte).
Conceived by English sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor in 2009, this unique underwater museum features over 500 incredible underwater sculptures. All are fixed to the seabed and constructed out of specialized materials, which help to boost coral life.
Travel to the site by glass-bottom boat, and then get into the water for some snorkeling fun. A new snorkel tube, a life vest, lockers and showers, even drinks are all included.
It's a Mexico-must-do from Cancún!
- Ride in the glass-bottomed boat
- Snorkeling equipment
- New snorkel tube
- Life vest
- Snorkeling instruction
- Water, soft drink, beer on the boat
- Docking fee of $12 per person, to be paid at the entrance of the national park
- Scuba diving
- Jungle tour
- Photos and videos
Show your smartphone ticket at the entrance of the National Park and enter the park. From there you can continue on to the museum.
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.