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The location in the beautiful state park was good. Cute gift shop and interesting information. The video really needs an update at the end - very sad to learn that the fishing business in this area is essentially dead - are fished out. Some good...More
We came to a Surf Fishing 🎣 seminar and stayed to enjoy the museum. The museum was very nice and sits on the land where the Indian River meets the ocean. The museum is free but takes donations. It is across from the Sebastian Inlet...More
Lots of neat stuff. Great for when you need to get out of the sun or on a cloudy day. Lots of local history and fishing history (and I'm not a fishing fan). Add it to the list of "should visit" in the area.
Take a trip back into time before things are not near as easy as now. All the history how the inlet was built and the fishery that was responsible for it. Amazing photos from before refrigeration and how they fished, great place to spend a...More
Hidden gem and worth a visit; situated on the south-side of Sebastian Inlet State Park, nominal $8/car entry fee for north and south sides of the park. Plenty of parking and restrooms, with nice benches & tables overlooking the inlet. Museum is free and very...More
First: you will need to pay admission to Sebastian state park - it is $8 and allows your entire car to go on both the north and south side parks including the jetty and tidal pool.
The museum is great once inside the park and...More