I thought it was very interesting and very close to the hotel and not very expensive. People were very helpful and knowledgeable.
About Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum
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Great little museum showing artifacts from sunken ships as well as history lesson from the early ship travels
I liked it, it's not a major museum, none of the fancy stuff, but hey, it's fun! You can touch a real bar of gold! It's nice and cool on a hot afternoon, you can see the whole thing within the hour. I would recmmomend...More
Learned so much about a variety of topics here. Displays of recovered treasures were impressive. Loved the history of slave ships display. Very informational and good way to get out of the heat too.
It was okay - I wish there were more of the discovered jewelry on display. There was a lot of different artifacts and stories but would love to see more on the bling. Also there was a short film at the beginning of the museum...More
Amazing story of how this one man never gave up his dream and it came to fruition! The artifacts defy description and the historical information is exceptional. Great few hours!
My entire family of treasure hunting enthusiasts totally geeked out in this museum. My husband and oldest have been reading about Mel Fisher's discoveries for years...can't even count how many documentaries I've endured. Encourage you to get the audio tour for the extra $2. We...More