Mysteries from the Deep:
Exploring Underwater Archaeology

This traveling exhibition is an interactive experience designed to submerge visitors in underwater archaeology.

Mysteries from the Deep: Exploring Underwater Archaeology brings the exciting field of underwater archaeology to life: the extreme challenges, diverse teams of experts, and fascinating technological advancements that make the unique exploration possible.

Experience the excitement of discovery as underwater archaeologists reveal some of their most thrilling finds.

Join them on a global journey as they uncover the mysteries of lost stories, technologies, civilizations, and cultures hidden beneath the water’s surface.


  • Meet passionate underwater archaeologists who set the scene for a personalized journey through underwater sites, vessels, labs, and collections – brought to life through fascinating case studies.

  • Solve mysteries, explore artifacts, and engage with media that blurs the boundary between observer and explorer.

  • In ‘wet zones,’ plunge into the depths to explore wrecks and sites up close while learning about the innovative technology that makes the field possible in this extreme environment.

  • ‘Dry zones’ showcase the industrial environment of support vessels, forensic labs, and other facilities, revealing behind-the-scenes preservation and research efforts.


This exhibition is in development and is subject to change.



5,000 sq. ft. scalable +/- 1500 sq. ft / 500 ㎡ scalable +/- 150 ㎡

Production Time:

Ten (10) working days for installation; seven (7) for deinstallation


Four (4) 53 ft. trailers (estimated)


Exhibition provided in American English & Latin American Spanish


June 2025

Tour Availability

February 2026 and beyond
Inquire for availabiity

Produced By

Mysteries from the Deep: Exploring Underwater Archaeology is a traveling exhibition produced and toured internationally by Flying Fish in collaboration with the Intrepid Museum.


Presenting Partner:

Tour History and Itinerary

New York, NY, USA view map

June 1, 2025 – January 1, 2026