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Navy Seal Museum, Fort Pierce

(4.7/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web)
Built at the birthplace of the U.S. Navy Frogmen, Navy Seal Museum houses exhibits that illustrate the role and history of underwater demolition teams and Sea, Air, Land teams (U.S. Navy SEALs)--one of the most elite fighting forces in the world. From 1943 to 1946, soldiers were trained at the site. Visit the museum to see artifacts and exhibits, such as the original obstacles from the Normandy landing preparatory trainings, boats used in Korea and Vietnam, vehicles from the Middle East, and a wall honoring Medal of Honor recipients. Using our international travel planner, Fort Pierce attractions like Navy Seal Museum can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • We are not veterans. We were so surprised at how fascinating the exhibits are. We learned so much by just viewing the pictures and artifacts. There was an actual SEAL Helicopter and mini-sub! This is ...  more »
  • It was good in some to relive my times from the 60's/early 70's, although I ultimately didn't fully go down the UDT path but instead got sent down the road to Electronics and Test Equipment Calibratio...  more »
  • Very interesting historical value here along with a very interactive side to it. People of all ages should visit!  more »
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  • I thought I was seeing things when I saw a flyer for an upcoming political event, "Republicans for Randy" (Perkins, a Democrat), to be held at this museum. Are you kidding me? What kind of shenanigans is this 501(c)(3) pulling when such political activities are "absolutely prohibited" by the IRS? And Randy? A man who publicly and disgracefully disparages the service of his double amputee veteran opponent in particular, and veterans in general? Support a museum who supports a guy who doesn't support the bravest men and women our country has and had? Never. Absolutely no way will I ever support this museum. Save the trip, patriots, and instead watch "Live to Tell: Task Force Merrill" on the History Channel instead.
  • Great place to visit overall with a lot of excellent details about our Navy SEAL Team. Just be careful when you go to see the exhibits outside there are fire ants everywhere and some of the exhibits infested with wasps that can sting you. There's a nice beach at the same location call Pepper Park which you can also visit.
  • Great place to take the family. Very nicely done.
  • I raised thousands of dollars for Navy SEAL families over the years now the museum has turned political. They now think it's ok to host an event for a liberal left wing politician like Randy Perkins who has disrespected double amputee Brian Mast a combat veteran running for congress in district 18. I will never return to this museum - a boycott is the only solution - Navy SEAL families are disrespected by this event.
  • Just an amazing adventure on the history of our Navy Seals! A must see for sure!