The underwater museum in Side is the second largest in the world after the museum in Mexico. There are just over a hundred exhibits divided into 5 thematic zones. The material of the sculptures is made of environmentally friendly materials and later Turkish scientists predict the formation of a reef at this place.
The underwater museum in Side was opened in 2015 and with each tourist season the number of its visitors grows exponentially. Exhibits are placed at a depth of 5 to 25 meters, which is an ideal option for both beginners and experienced divers. In the future, the Turkish government plans to open similar museums in Alanya and Kemer to attract as many tourists for whom diving is a way of life.
You can get to the underwater museum as part of the Diving Tour in Side. During the summer months, the tour takes place daily. The tour program includes two dives of 30 minutes each. If you are vacationing with children, the minimum age of a diving child must be at least 9 years. Or he can go with you for company and snorkel. This is no less interesting and absolutely safe. The presence of a life jacket will simplify the task of being on the water.