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Museum of Man In the Sea, Panama City

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Specialty Museums, Museums, Nature & Parks
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3.8/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web
The Man In The Sea Museum is a great place to explore one-of-a-kind exhibits and get acquainted with the fascinating history of diving as well as the exciting future.
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  • We decided to try this place just because of the unique topic. Outside are a number of diving machines and labs, inside is a real neat history of man below the sea. They have the SeaLab and a repro of...  read more »
  • A neat place, but definitely a niche experience if you are into diving and scientific research underwater. They have a lot of artifacts and some interesting stories can be found. Overall, the space is...  read more »
  • We traveled from Dothan just to see this attraction. It was well worth the trip. If you have any interest at all in the topic of diving, especially government-sponsored deep-sea exploration and resear...  read more »
  • The last time I was there was in1995. It's still $5. I understand that there are operation cost. I feel the City should pay it and let the good people enjoy some History. Just sayin.
  • Very nice layout with some great Navy history lesson. Has dive submarines you can climb in. Most items are out in the open and you can touch the stuff.
  • The diving gears are cool and the capsule too. It does need more information on each object. Some did not have anything. But overall informative and the lady was ver nice.
  • I'd suggest doing a bit of research on the Sealab program before coming, but if you know which of the Mercury 7 was also an aquanaut you will have a wonderful time.
  • Definitely worth the visit! Small but packed with original diving gear. Very cool to see how diving has progressed over the past 400 years. Only $5 entrance fee.
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