Shipwreck Treasure Museum in Key West FL

KEY WEST, FL - The Shipwreck Treasure Museum is a great place for families in Key West, Florida.  The museum combines live actors and films to tell the story of 400 years of shipwreck salvage in the Florida Keys. It features two levels of exhibits, including historical artifacts and a 65-foot lookout tower. The museum also features a variety of audio-visual displays and a "face mask" policy for visitors prone to allergies.

Shipwreck Treasure Museum in Key West FL


The museum also displays artifacts from Isaac Allerton, the wealthiest shipwreck in Key West's history.  The museum includes treasures from the wreck, including a silver bar from the Spanish galleon Nuestra Senora de las Maravillas.

The museum also has a 65-foot observation tower where visitors can get a panoramic view of the town and the harbor. The museum is located close to Mallory Square, but parking is limited. The museum also offers daily tours. There are no reservations needed for the museum. Guests may also take advantage of discounted combo tickets.

The museum is also a fun place to explore. It features two floors of artifacts from various shipwrecks, including the Isaac Allerton. The museum also features stories of pirates, sea treasure hunters, and the wrecking industry in the Florida Keys.

It also features a 65-foot observation tower and a below-sea-level theater. The museum is part of the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum, funded by a grant from the American Rescue Plan, an initiative of the National Endowment for the Humanities.