Mel Fisher Maritime Museum Admission
There is nothing more rewarding during the school break then taking your children to the museum, and if your children are into treasure hunting or the ocean then the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum Admission is a must see place to visit. The Mel Fisher Maritime Museum Admission is an exhibit based on one of the worlds most famous treasure hunters, and with plenty of different exhibits to see inside the small price of $15.00 for admission is definitely worth it. The Mel Fisher Maritime Museum Admission has quite a few amazing artifacts that Mel Fisher found including actual gold and silver Galleons.
This exhibit is a real treat for kids who love the ocean and dream about treasure hunting, and it is actually quite the amazing testament to Mel Fisher. This is the premier way to learn about the in depth history of our famous treasure hunters and fishermen, and this is an aspect of life that many children nowadays don't know about. The beautiful museum is full of wonderful artifacts that make this a stellar family visit, and with the affordable price point you can afford to take the kids out for a nice day here without breaking the bank. Teaching our children about history is a crucial part of life for any child, and the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum Admission does a good job of doing this. Whether your children are already familiar with Mel Fisher or you want them to learn about it there is nothing better then taking a trip to the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum for the weekend. There are a number of wonderful artifacts here and an in depth piece of history that should not be over looked.
Relive Mel Fisher's battles with the government to retain the artifacts they found - all the way to the US Supreme Court. A true folk legend right in Key West where it all happened!
See the amazing treasure in the Spanish Treasure Galleons galleries discovered by Mel Fisher and his crew, plus so much more! The thought provoking Slave Ship and Key West African Cemetery exhibits provide a stark look into the Transatlantic Slave Trade and Key West's unique role in it.
Discover the relics found aboard the Henrietta Marie, an English merchant slave ship dating back to 1699. The wreck as discovered in 1972, but was only partially excavated until years later. Hear about the story behind this important piece of history.
Learn about Spanish Coins in the New World, the Real Pirates of the Caribbean, and the Science of Shipwrecks. You can even take a lab tour and see how history is revealed through conservation every day!
Come celebrate 30 years of treasure with the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum!
Pickup & Return:
Located in the heart of Old Town walking distance to all other attractions. At the corner of Greene Street and Whitehead Street.
Departure Times: Monday to Friday - Opens at 8:30am
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays - Opens at 9:30am
- Entrance fees
Does not include:
- DVD (available to purchase)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible
- Ticket valid for single use within 60 days of selected date