The future of modern attractions is finally here beginning with revamping our traditional boring museums by taking it below the surface. That's right! The world's first underwater museum was recently announced by the Egyptian ministry of antiquities as it attempts to build what seems to be a very promising tourist attraction. The museum was initially planned 19 years ago to be featured in Alexandria, Egypt. It will feature an above water section to display recovered artifacts, but he main attraction will be the underwater tunnels that run 23 feet below the surface giving visitors access to the ancient objects buried beneath the surface. The Lighthouse of Pharos, Cleopatra's Palace, statues, temples and much more will be featured in the museum. No date has been proposed, but keep a look out foe more updates! Check out the projections below.