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Discover the rich history of Key West’s shipwrecking past at the Key West Shipwreck Treasures Museum. Shipwreck artifacts, including a silver bar you can hold, fill the museum that is recreation of 19th century wrecker’s warehouse. A lookout tower...more
All reviews lookout tower silver bar character actors interesting artifacts tour starts worth the climb on display short film tour guide rainy day self guided lots of history the reefs history buff great history mallory square hemingway house
I was pleasantly surprised with this little place. Nicely done. I wasn’t very familiar with the history of Key West so I learned quite a bit. Kids will be bored because it’s a lot of reading. The view from the top is worth the couple...More
A bit disappointed in this exhibit based on the cost for tickets. Upon entering you get this smell that permeates the air and we were told it was supposed to represent the sea air. It seems a bit outdated and needs a revamping.
The shipwreck treasure museum is well worth a visit. It includes a nice 14 minute intro video and a number of shipwreck exhibits. It tells a fascinating story of the shipwrecks and the men who recovered the the sunken treasure/goods (and sometimes were the cause...More
One of several museums just off Mallory square, by the Trolleys, we were surprised by the amount of historic artifacts and the great docent who provided an oral history and additional stories about some of the items very well done. There is also a widows...More