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Museo Atlantico Underwater Museum

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Unique and thought provoking

I saw the artist building these statues a few years ago and knew what was planned. It's been on my... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
club1380
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Must visit!

Not often you get to dive to a museum so highly recommend a visit if you are travelling in... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
HerneHillOtter
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The "Museo Atlantico" (Atlantic Museum) is the first submarine museum in Europe. Placed on Lanzarote's coast, the project is being realized by Jason deCaires Taylor.
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Calle Berrugo 2 | Puerto Marina Rubicon, 35580 Playa Blanca, Lanzarote, Spain
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

I saw the artist building these statues a few years ago and knew what was planned. It's been on my to do list since following the project online. I visited the information pod on the cliff top above the site near the marina. The information...More

Thank club1380
Reviewed 1 week ago

Not often you get to dive to a museum so highly recommend a visit if you are travelling in Lanzarote.

Thank HerneHillOtter
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I had the , honour, of diving Museo Atlantico with Lluis from Atlantis Divers in September 2018. Two days later I met one of the sculptors Raquel. If you can dive (youll need to be Open Water) and are in Lanzarote DO NOT MISS this....More

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Reviewed 5 September 2018

Strongly recommended even for beginners. One of the most beautiful experiences of my whole life. Can't wait to be back!

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Reviewed 28 August 2018 via mobile

So I'm a new/beginner diver with only a few hours under my belt but enough to go down to see this with Claudia from Non Stop Diving, Playa Blanca. It is amazing and just so different to a cold and murky quarry in Chepstow. This...More

Thank Wayne F
Reviewed 4 August 2018 via mobile

Visited with Non Stop Divers, Playa Blanca. Instructors explained in detail about every different sculpture/installation before we went in, and that really added to the experience. Otherwise, visibility was not great. And the sculptures didn’t attract as much marine life as I’d expected. The whole...More

1  Thank Asle F
Reviewed 31 July 2018

Not a bad dive experience, but know that the underwater art exhibitions in the pictures don't necessarily look the way they do in the famous pictures anymore. The art exhibitions are covered in algae now thus reducing the detail of each and ever figure. Also,...More

1  Thank belavoppui
Reviewed 22 July 2018

Very disappointing and expensive dive. Really don't see the point of it - it attracted a fraction of the sea life of other, much prettier dive sites. I wouldn't dive it again and if I am honest, I wish I hadn't bothered. My brother dived...More

1  Thank MBM420
Reviewed 21 July 2018

My son and I dived Museo Atlantico with Lanzarote Non Stop Divers. Despite being a relatively recent addition the sculptures have already become home to a wide variety of fish and other sea life, and are also interesting and thought-provoking in their own right. Recommended...More

Thank OnTheRoadAgain987
Reviewed 19 July 2018 via mobile

We did this with Dive College Lanzarote it was a fantastic experience for both my 13 year old daughter and I. Not only a beautiful dive but it also has some powerful messages for the human race. Excellent thanks

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dianapulford
9 October 2018|
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Response from CACTLanzarote | Property representative |
Dear Diana, Thanks for your interest in our underwater museum. We inform that the Museum is almost 15 metres underwater so diving is the only way we recommend to visit it. Best regards, Customer Service Centres of Art... More
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Marlane C
14 July 2018|
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Dear Marlane C, If you already have the Padi certificate, Open Water, I must tell you that the most important step has been given. Now it is only necessary to contact an approved diving center and make the reservation... More
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You can visit if not an approved diver but must do a ( non certificated) course in the morning and can then go with a guide in the afternoon. I'm a keen snorkler thought had never dived before 2 weeks ago. The museum is not... More
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