The Key West Shipwreck Treasures Museum celebrates the rich history of the Key West wreckers with two floors of shipwreck artifacts that include treasures from the Spanish fleets of the 16 & 1700’s, as well as a vast collection of pieces from the 1856 wreck of the Isaac Allerton. Guests can even lift a silver bar salvaged from the Spanish treasure galleon, Nuestra Senora de las Maravillas.
The museum itself is a recreation of 19th Century wrecker tycoon Asa Tift’s warehouse that includes a 65-foot lookout tower. A variety of audio-visual displays (including a below-sea-level theater) create windows into Key West’s past and allow our guests to experience life as it was for the brave souls who risked their lives to retrieve shipwreck treasures.
Activity Available Monday - Sunday 9:40 AM - 5:00 PM, 365 days a year; Last entry 4:40 PM (15 minute intro then it is self guided)
Two floors of artifacts from shipwrecks spanning 400 years
65-foot lookout tower offers a spectacular view of the island
Numerous audio/visual presentations including a below-sea-level theater
Storytellers in period costume bring Key West’s rich history to life
Lift a silver bar from the wreck of a Spanish treasure galleon!
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