1322 US Highway 1 | Sebastian, FL 32958 Click here for directions | 772-589-9875
Hours: Monday - Saturday: 10am - 5pm; Sunday 12pm - 5pm
Closed the month of September
Presentation by Treasure Hunter John Brandon
John Brandon is a well-known,
Date:Sunday February 22, Time: 1:00pm
Place: Mel Fisher's Treasure Museum-1322 U.S. Highway One, Sebastian, FL 32958
Presentation Topic: How he got started with Mel Fisher and treasure hunting and his endeavors on the Atocha and 1715 fleet sites.
Standard admission rates apply: $7.00 adults, $5.00 seniors 55+
We'll be offering 10% off everything in the gift
Please call 772-589-9875 with questions.Today's the Day!
Gold locket found on the 1715 Fleet site
Gold whistle found on the Margarita site
Emerald Cross, found on 1715 Fleet site
Mel Fisher's Treasure Museum
In December of 1992, world famous treasure hunter, Mel Fisher, opened a permanent museum in Sebastian, Florida. Mel started his full time treasure hunting career in Vero Beach when he moved there with his wife Dolores and their family, from California in 1963. Mel spent the next 7 years successfully salvaging the 1715 Fleet, a fleet of sunken treasure-laden ships, which sank off the coastline which is why the surrounding area got the name, "Florida's Treasure Coast". He then went on to discover the main pile of the Nuestra Señora de Atocha in July of 1985. This is the largest underwater treasure find in history. Mel's family continues the search for the remaining cargo of the Atocha today.
Visit the Mel Fisher Treasure Museum and dive into history. The experience is both educational and exciting - you can even lift an authentic Atocha gold bar! Join the millions who have witnessed this spectacular collection of cultural artifacts and treasure recovered from the ocean depths.