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Navy Seal Museum, Fort Pierce

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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. Make Navy Seal Museum a part of your Fort Pierce vacation plans using our Fort Pierce trip planner.
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  • The museum truly is a hidden gem of our country's history. We watched a long movie at the end, that tied all of the exhibits together. They did a great job at giving hands on things to see and... 
    The museum truly is a hidden gem of our country's history. We watched a long movie at the end, that tied all of the exhibits together. They did a great job at giving hands on things to see and...  more »
  • The National Navy SEAL / UDT Museum is a must see. Located in Fort Pierce, home of the Underwater Demolition Teams that were the predecessor of the Navy SEALs. The museum was full of history and... 
    The National Navy SEAL / UDT Museum is a must see. Located in Fort Pierce, home of the Underwater Demolition Teams that were the predecessor of the Navy SEALs. The museum was full of history and...  more »
  • Very nice Museum. Lots of history about world wars, Seals, equipment, etc. It’s self paced, people around to answer questions, short videos. Interesting for Veterans and those interested in... 
    Very nice Museum. Lots of history about world wars, Seals, equipment, etc. It’s self paced, people around to answer questions, short videos. Interesting for Veterans and those interested in...  more »
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  • The museum was a fantastic experience. It's not the biggest, but each item and exhibit was authentic and high quality. Extra points if you are able to speak to some of the workers regarding the origin stories of some of the pieces. There is a military discount for veterans and active duty. The grounds outside the building also have really great exhibits. To cap it off, you can walk from the parking lot to the beach and enjoy some fun and sun all in one visit
  • Being a Navy Veteran, this place has been on my list for a while. I finally got the opportunity to go today. (9/3/22) It's an INCREDIBLE experience. A very well laid out museum with tons to see and interact with. It really brought back a lot of memories for me. If you are planning on going, set aside a GOOD block of time. Also try to go when the weather is good because there is a lot to see outside on the grounds as well. Just an overall incredible experience. I look forward to going back, hopefully with friends and share all the history contained therein.
  • This is a small museum but packed full of excellent exhibits, armory, movies and weaponry. The volunteer docents were very good and explained everything to us before we entered. Climb inside the helicopter and you will get a realistic feeling of what it was like to be a paratrooper. The Medal of Honor section was excellent because it gave the full story of the bravery of the recipients. We particularly enjoyed seeing all of the operations that were conducted by Navy Seals outside of declared wars (Panama, Haiti, etc.) The Normandy section was very good as were the sections on canines. Great experience.
  • Great place if you are there when there is not a crowd. I enjoyed all the exhibits. They were quite interesting and the obstacle course outside was fun. At the same time, I was quite disappointed about the inconsistency of mask wearing among the staff and the inability to socially distance within this setting. That's why I only gave a 4. We were between 2 large groups of people who were oblivious to everyone else around them and totally ignored any type of 6 foot space. Even a staff member who was unmasked continued to approach me (masked )to talk about something-disregarding my "No, thankyou"'s and my backing away from him. I just found it surprising during Covid. I think it would work better if there was perhaps an overall limit on the number of people in the building at one time so there is more ability to have some distance from others.
  • An engaging and inspiring experience was had by all at Navy Seal Museum. Two teens and I appreciated the knowledge, history and artifacts shared. Bonus beach is just steps away! Highly recommend.

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