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Florida Maritime Museum Reviews
Great quick rainy day excursion ..planetarium was fun, museum short but held everyone's interest ages 7,11 65 and 70...manatees were sweet but in mourning snooty the oldest manatee in captivity had pa... more »
The Florida Maritime Museum was founded on the importance of the regional commercial fishing industry. Located at 4415 119th Street West in the historic fishing village of Cortez, it tells a number of... more »
The displays in this museum were very well presented. We found it to be very interesting and informative. Definitely glad we took the time to visit. more »
This was a family friendly small museum with beautiful grounds. Very beautiful Pulmeria Flowers were in full bloom. An inexpensive museum asking for small donation or low cost entrance fee. This Museum is very close to the beaches and some restaurants.
Very nice place, not big at all, we took our time and looked through all of the exhibits, read the information provided about each visit and took about 2 hours to see everything at our own (slow) pace. Curators are very nice and knowledgeable of the area and its history.
What a gem! It's small but I really enjoyed this museum and so did my 6 year old son.
Great place to learn about local history with nice people willing to share stories. Kid friendly.
It was cute little three-room museum. The exhibits were very informing but it was obvious that they could be so much more. Definitely pay a visit and make a donation, as the museum is FREE.
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