Biggest underwater museum of coral reef based sculptures, brings together art and conservation of natural reefs towards reducing Global Warming
The biggest underwater museum in the world that brings together conservation and art. We have the responsibility to ensure the well being of other living forms on planet Earth. The conservation of the natural reefs has become a critical issue towards reducing the Global Warming, among other important actions, to preserve life
Here, you can choose how to visit the art pieces like snorkel, scuba dive or glass boat
Source: Underwater Museum of Art Cancún IslaMujeres
Roberto Díaz Abraham, one of the founders of the museum, describes it as an "art of conservation." Each sculpture holds special nooks and crannies that help to support the breeding of marine life while providing a safe habitat.
Six artists helped to compose the works found in MUSA: Jason deCaires Taylor, who is also a co-founder of the museum, Roberto Díaz Abraham, Salvador Quiroz Ennis, Rodrigo Quiñones Reyes, Karen Salinas Martínez and Enrique Mireles, but a large portion of the works are by Taylor.