The museum has re-opened. We have made some modifications to ensure we operate safely for all guests and staff.
All Guests and Staff are required to wear facial masks at all times
All Admission Tickets must be purchased online
Social Distancing will be maintained at all times
Interior elevators are not operational
Additional Health & Safety Regulations In Action
Pre-Opening deep cleaning and disinfecting
Ongoing sanitizing efforts during business hours
Regular cleaning in high volume touch-point areas
All Guests and Staff will be required to wear masks at all times
We thank you all for your support. Should you have any questions or concerns about our safety measures,
please reach out to us via our Contact Us page.
Save- No Fees or Commissions
MUSEUM IS OPEN
FOR EVERYONE'S SAFETY
FACE MASKS REQUIRED
TICKETS MUST BE
Programs & Events
Due to the Corona Virus we have cancelled future events. Watch this space for opening information.
What is Maritime Archaeology?
Maritime archaeology is the study of the human connection to the sea as it is found through sites, artifacts, and other material remains. Learn more about our research program.
Visit our Conservation Lab
For a behind-the-scenes tour offered twice a day, Monday through Friday. Purchase in combination with an admission ticket and save!
Visit our Exhibits
1622 Fleet; Henrietta Marie, St. John's Wreck, Pirates, The Last Slave Ships, and more.