If you are interested in maritime history, shipwrecks, pirates, or French and Spanish treasure fleets, make sure you visit our museum located in beautiful downtown Fernandina Beach, Florida.
On a guided tour in our museum you may even hear a tall sea story or two from an actual diver or a treasure salvers who have found Foreign gold and silver from the Florida seas!
Our artifacts are rich in local maritime history as well as historical items that include US Navy memorabilia, weapons from multiple time periods, a Soviet era KGB diving suit or artifacts from an actual expedition to name just a few.
Did we mention French and Spanish treasure?
Hours of Operation
Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
10:00 am-5:00 pm
Closed Monday through Thursday
CLOSED Sunday, July 5th.
Last admittance is at 4:30 pm
Admission is $5.00 for adults
Children under the age of 12 – Free of Charge.
115 South 2nd Street, Suite B
Fernandina Beach, Amelia Island, FL 32034
Free parking is
available next to our building
Wondering if you will see gold, silver or jewels?
We just happen to have some of our very own laying about.
Click on the link below to read a wonderful blog post from Amelia Island Adventures about the Maritime Museum.
Membership Membership to The Maritime Museum of Amelia Island is open to the public. Member dollars help to fund our many activities, and volunteers make it all happen.
The museum is a 501c3 non-profit corporation which qualifies the organization to receive tax-deductible donations under Section 170 of the tax code.