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“the 1715 Spanish treasure fleet”
It houses exhibits on archaeology and the 1715 Spanish treasure fleet. Taffi Fisher, Mel Fisher’s daughter, opened the museum in December 1992 in an old abandoned fire station after renovating the building. The museum included a working conservation laboratory used to preserve artifacts recovered from underwater with an observation window for viewing conservation work from inside the museum.
My son was dying to go here, he wanted to see pirate booty and gold coins. The museum is small but jam packed with treasure and historical information. A cute film takes about 20 mins to watch... Read more
It is amazing how many museums I am finding on my treasure hunting adventures. Yes, I too try to follow underwater currents and streams and read ledgers to determine where ships may have sunken.... Read more
This is a great little museum with lots of information about Mel and his treasure hunting. Also great historical info in the shipwrecks and possible treasures still out there! Very interesting,... Read more
Mel Fisher's Treasure Museum
- Sun: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
- Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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