MUSA in Cancun is one of the largest underwater museums in the world. It contains more than 500 life-size sculptures submerged in the sea, placed on the seabed around Cancun and Isla Mujeres to create an artificial reef. The Cancun Underwater Museum is not only a unique and beautiful place to visit, it also has many environmental benefits. This reef attracts fish and other marine life that help support the local ecosystem. The MUSA underwater museum in Cancun is one of Mexico’s most popular tourist attractions. Every year hundreds of thousands of people visit the museum to see the spectacular sculptures and experience the unique underwater environment. The museum was founded in 2010 by British artist Jason de Caires Taylor and Mexican sculptors Karen Martinez Salinas, Roberto Diaz Abraham, Rodrigo Quiñones Reyes, Salvador Quiroz Ennis, and Elier Amado Gil. The museum is designed to raise awareness of the importance of ocean conservation and the need to protect coral reefs. The sculptures were created by a team of Mexican and British artists and are designed to provide a safe environment for marine life to thrive. I highly recommending diving the Musa Museum!