MUSA Subacuatic Museum

MUSA Subacuatic Museum

When the aquatic and art combine, MUSA is what emerges.MUSA is an underwater museum that today is one of the most visited in the world. With sculptures among reefs in crystal waters and learning about the history of Mayan evolution while watching an endless parade of marine species that vist the museum daily, you’ll never experience anything like this again.

“MUSA is a not-for-profit organization that works for the conservation of Quintana Roo’s marine natural resources while providing a dynamic platform for modern art. Please, support us by becoming a Friend of the Museum with a contribution. We have recently submerged a new series of sculptures in the Nizuc area of MUSA. The new pieces by Jason deCaires Taylor allow for coral to propagate and are exclusively designed to filter nutrients in the water. MUSA now has a new “”dry”” gallery located on the 2nd floor of the Plaza Kukulcan Plaza in Cancun’s hotel zone, which is free and includes numerous museum sculptures, images and films.”


“Adults: 647 pesos Kids: 323 pesos (This includes a snorkel guided tour, bottled water, snorkel equipment and life jacket).”

How to get there

Take a boat from Cancun.


9 am to 12:30 pm and 1 pm to 4:30 pm.

Suggestions and Information

Bring a bathing suit, sunblock, towel and extra money. There’s a $5 fee for reef entrance (Parque Marino), $3 fee for use of the pier and $1 fee for conservation and care for MUSA sculptures.


This tour includes a snorkel guided tour, bottled water, snorkel equipment and life jacket.



Quintana Roo


Isla Mujeres


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