It's not big, but it's pretty cool! They have a lot of stuff to check out if you're interested in learning about the old Spanish wrecks, and the treasures that they've found. The video room is a bit warm, so go in shorts and relaxed clothing. However, they have an awesome gift shop with authentic and non-authentic pieces for sale,... 更多
Mel fishers is a worthwhile stop while in the Sebastien area. The other outpost is in key west and both are interesting and informative. The video can be a bit long for small kids to sit and watch but walking through the artifact area is fascinating. Also stop by the gift shop. A bit pricey but fun
The price was good ($7) and the treasure itself was interesting and mostly well-explained. I would have liked to see a bit more of an overarching view of who was sailing around Florida throughout the times these ships sank - there was a display showing different types of cargo that were carried, but that's about all I saw on that.... 更多
Great to learn history with the kids on a rainy day, or to get out of the heat! Loved all of the interesting artifacts , very detailed and informative.
This is a small but very interesting place not to be missed. Occasionally they have evening lectures which are really worthwhile. After seeing this place you'll understand why this area is named the Treasure Coast.
Enjoyed viewing the treasures and learning the history of the Fischer families' experiences of their treasure hunts. The staff is very pleasant and knowledgeable. Well worth the cost of admission.
It's like a trip back in history seeing all of the gold and silver treasures from the shipwreck Atocha found by Mel Fisher, it's worth the visit, it was amazing
We stopped in here on a rainy day. I am so glad that we did! Lots of fun artifacts and the people there were really helpful and informative.They even have "treasures" you can buy and take home with you. Definitely stop in here if you get the chance!