Paradise Island, Bahamas
— Ancient Atlantis Ruins
Fantasy Underwater Attraction
The Dig portrays what Atlantean life may
have been like thousands of years ago.
Explore the Ancient Ruins
the Lost City of Atlantis
The Dig is an
elaborate maze of interconnected tunnels and chambers with archaeological
ruins and underwater inhabitants depicting the Lost
City of Atlantis.
Take a journey through its underground
grottos and huge picture windows and get an up-close
view of some of the world's most exotic sea creatures — jellyfish,
moray eels, sharks, lionfish, jewel fish, deadly
piranha, and a tunnel of
The Dig's tunnels and underground rooms are filled
with ancient artifacts and hieroglyphics carved into stone.
Points of interest along the way also include The
Submarine Room, featuring an Atlantean submarine — a
massive diving bell made of bronze and leather, and The Navigation
Room — its huge carved stone Navigation Guide is where
the Atlanteans charted their voyages.
The Dig Tours & Admission Fee
Atlantis Guests can tour The Dig and enjoy full access to Atlantis
Water Rides, Pools and Beaches FREE of charge.
Admission Fee & Dig Tours
for Non-Atlantis Guests & Visiting Cruise Ship Passengers
One-hour Dig Tours are available to non-Atlantis guests and cruise
ship passengers. The admission fee is approximately $29
person; $21 for ages 3-11; and free for under 3. The fee also
includes walking access to other areas of the resort's
tropical marine habitat, home to over 200 species of live animals
11 exhibit lagoons and pools.
Note: The fee does NOT include
access to Atlantis Water Rides, Pools and Beaches.
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