The St. Augustine Shipwreck Museum & Gallery is dedicated to the exhibition, preservation, and education of the rich maritime shipwreck history of Florida, the Caribbean, and the world.
The museum contains dozens of exhibits and interactive experiences that unveil some of the world’s most famous and interesting maritime adventures and disasters. Our goal is to share their treasures and stories with the world, and create an on-site shipwreck treasure “experience” for all!
The museum’s attractions include hundreds of valuable artifacts from some of the world’s most famous shipwrecks from off Florida’s coast as well as around the world, including the RMS Titanic, The Nuestra Señora de Atocha, The SS Central America, and more. Patrons will enjoy interactive, educational, and hands-on tours and experiences of these famous shipwrecks and the amazing and priceless artifacts they left behind. They will also be able to participate in several “Shipwreck Treasure Hunting Experiences” the museum offers, as well as make select art gallery and shipwreck gift purchases.
The St. Augustine Shipwreck Museum & Gallery is located in a historic two-story renovated building, from the late1800s, situated in downtown historic St. Augustine (America’s oldest city–cir.1565), on Charlotte street, just one block from the famous Castillo de San Marcos fort.