11 Underwater Art Exhibits Where Culture and Coral Collide

Water park lovers will find that this Midwestern getaway has it all: plenty of outdoor thrill slides in the summer and an ideal theme park-style escape during cold winter months. Intertwined body slides, multiple funnel slides and tandem tube rides are among the dozens of attractions enticing both hotel guests and day visitors to the 125,000 square foot indoor-outdoor water park. But the highlight comes by way of Master Blaster, an indoor water roller coaster that dips down and shoots back up for a fast-paced thrill. Once you dry off, you can board a six-story Ferris wheel, ride go-karts, or even test your skills on a ropes course or enjoy some upside-down thrill rides fit for kids young and old—all without having to step off-property.

Slide 1 of 11: Grenada Underwater Sculpture Park
Slide 2 of 11: Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi
Slide 3 of 11: Museo Subacuático de Arte
Slide 4 of 11: Living Sea Sculptures
Slide 5 of 11: Herod’s Harbor
Slide 6 of 11: Sir Nicolas Nuttal’s Coral Reef Sculpture Garden
Slide 7 of 11: Museo Atlantico
Slide 8 of 11: John Pennekamp Corel Reef State Park
Slide 9 of 11: Museo Submarino de Sandy Bay
Slide 10 of 11: Alley Of Leaders Underwater Park
Slide 11 of 11: Nexus

Grenada Underwater Sculpture Park

Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi

Museo Subacuático de Arte

Living Sea Sculptures

Herod’s Harbor

Sir Nicolas Nuttal’s Coral Reef Sculpture Garden

Museo Atlantico

John Pennekamp Corel Reef State Park

Museo Submarino de Sandy Bay

Alley Of Leaders Underwater Park

Nexus

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