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Home: Categories: Education and Seamanship: Museums and History: United States: Florida
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  • Maritime Museum of Amelia Island new
    If you are interested in maritime history, pirates, or spanish treasure fleets, make sure you visit our museum located in downtown Fernandina Beach, Florida. Take a personally guided tour in our museum with us. You may even hear a tall sea story or two from actual divers who have found Spanish gold and silver from the Florida seas! Our artifacts are rich in local maritime history as well as others that include US Navy memorabilia, weapons from multiple time periods, a Soviet era KGB diving suit, an artifact from an expedition to the Titanic, to name just a few, and of course Spanish treasure! Fernandina Beach, Florida
    http://maritimemuseumai.org/
    (Added: Thu Nov 16 2017) - Report this link as bad!
    Category: Education and Seamanship/Museums and History/United States/Florida
  • American Victory Ship Mariner's Museum
    Aboard the American Victory Ship, visitors can come aboard a fully-functioning 1940s era steamship. They experience an unforgettable voyage of discovery and relive history by visiting cavernous three level cargo holds, radio and gyro rooms, hospital, galley, weaponry, steering stations, flying bridge, signaling equipment, wheelhouse, mess halls, engine room, crew cabins, lifeboats and cargo equipment, then gaze upon photographs, uniforms, medals, documents and naval equipment. Tampa, Florida
    http://www.americanvictory.org/
    (Added: Mon Dec 17 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • Apalachicola Maritime Museum
    The Apalachicola Maritime Museum was founded to celebrate and preserve the rich maritime history of Apalachicola in a hands-on learning environment with active sailing and adventure programs, boat building and restoration, and educational programs. We offer a variety of educational and recreational boat tours including historical tours, eco-tours, kayak trips, sunset cruises, sailing programs, and excursions to pristine barrier islands. Apalachicola, Florida
    http://www.ammfl.org/
    (Added: Thu Feb 25 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Florida Maritime Museum
    Our mission is to preserve and share Florida’s maritime heritage. Come aboard as we undertake a voyage in time and tradition. Our port of call is somewhere in the past, but the harbor is a modern museum facility housed in a historic 1912 Schoolhouse and surrounded by the park like grounds of the Cortez Nature Preserve. Here you will find, displayed for your delight, pieces of the almost forgotten past. Exhibits include historic photographs, boat models, tools, instruments, and other historically significant material relevant to Florida’s maritime culture and history. The museum is also home to a research library. Cortez, Florida
    http://floridamaritimemuseum.org/
    (Added: Fri Nov 20 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • History of Diving Museum
    The History of Diving Museum tells the story of mankind's quest to explore, understand and venture under the sea. Learn how South Florida's open bottom helmets have contributed to sports diving, marine biology, underwater photography and treasure hunting. The Museum features one of the world’s largest international collection of diving helmets and artifacts. Islamorada, Florida
    https://www.divingmuseum.org/
    (Added: Sat Dec 12 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program
    The Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program (LAMP) is dedicated to the investigation, interpretation and better understanding of the maritime history and archaeology of St. Augustine, the "First Coast" region of Florida, and beyond. Through historical research and scientific study of shipwrecks and other maritime archaeological sites, LAMP seeks to engage local and visiting communities while exploring the dynamic story of our nation's oldest port city. Founded in 1999 and based at the St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum, LAMP is one of the few independent maritime archaeological institutes not under the direction of a university or government agency. St. Augustine, Florida
    http://www.lampmaritime.org/
    (Added: Fri Dec 30 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Man in the Sea Museum
    The Man in the Sea Museum is a great place to discover the history of diving. You can climb through a submarine, learn about different diving helmets used throughout history, see SEALAB 1, and so much more!! We have a large collection of rare diving equipment highlighting man's success in underwater exploration capabilities. Panama City Beach, Florida
    http://maninthesea.org/
    (Added: Sat Dec 12 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Pensacola Maritime
    Brought to you by the Pensacola Maritime Preservation Society, an organization dedicated to telling Pensacola's Maritime Story. Pensacola, Florida
    http://www.brownmarine.com/pensacola-maritime.htm
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum
    The St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum is dedicated to discovering, preserving, presenting and keeping alive the story of the nation's oldest port. We do this in many ways: Educational opportunities; Local and national preservation efforts; Maritime archaeological research; Safeguarding the memories and precious belongings of those that came before us. St. Augustine, Florida
    http://www.staugustinelighthouse.com/
    (Added: Thu Dec 27 2012) - Report this link as bad!
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