Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Society & Historical Museum, Key West FL
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Key West & the Florida Keys

 

1622 Fleet
1622 FLEET

Henrietta Marie
HENRIETTA MARIE

St. John's Wreck
ST. JOHN'S WRECK

Turtle Harbor
TURTLE HARBOR

Key West and the Florida Keys
KEY WEST and
FLORIDA KEYS

The Last Slave Ships
THE LAST SLAVE SHIPS

Mel Fisher Maritime Museum
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The Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Society is a
501 (c)(3) accredited,
not-for-profit organization existing for the purpose of accumulating and disseminating information; providing educational services to the public on maritime and colonial activity in the New World and preserving maritime culture resources.

Key West and the Florida Keys  Navigation

Key West and the Florida KeysSimply by being 200 mile long chain of islands strung along the gulfstream current, Key West and the Florida Keys have a unique and important history. From ocean-going aboriginal peoples, to Spanish explorers, pirates, treasure galleons, military exploits, slave ships, hurricanes, dreamers and schemers, there has been a host of forces that shaped the culture of the Keys. Join us as we explore the history and archaeology of the remarkable array of events that have occurred here.

 

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Weekends & Holidays
9:30 - 5:00

Accredited by the American Association of MuseumsMEL FISHER MARITIME MUSEUM
200 Greene Street
Key West, Florida 33040
305.294.2633
office@melfisher.org

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