MEL FISHER MARITIME HERITAGE SOCIETY & MUSEUM
294-2633 · Fax: 294-5671 · Email: mkendrick@melfisher.org
200 Greene St. · Key West, FL 33040
Open 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily. Adults $11.00, students $9.50, children 12
& under $6.00, children 5 & younger free. Special rates for groups of 20
or more- call 294-2633 x 13. The 1910 building houses a permanent
collection that includes treasure from the 1622 wreck of the Spanish
galleon Nuestra Senora de Atocha. The treasure includes gold and
silver bars, coins, and chains, as well as centuries-old cannons and
ships' tools. Discover the thrill of treasure-hunting by learning the story
of Mel Fisher's quest for the Atocha, while discovering the intricacies of
maritime history and the tragedies of shipwrecks.

MUSEUMS AND NATURE CENTER OF CRANE POINT HAMMOCK
743-9100
5550 Overseas Highway · Marathon, FL 33050
This unique 63-acre site is home to the Museum of Natural History,
Children's Museum, Adderley Town Historic Site, Marathon Wild Bird
Rescue Center and an extensive nature trail system that leads through a
dense tropical forest to a spectacular view of Florida Bay. Open Mon-Sat,
9-5 and Sun, 12-5. Adults $7.50, seniors(65 up)$6, students $4,
children(under 6)free.

NANCY FORRESTER'S SECRET GARDEN & GALLERY
305-294-0015 · Email: nancy_forrester@yahoo.com
One Free School Lane · Key West, Florida 33040
Hidden in the heart of historic Key West is a mini rainforest with an
astonishing collection of palms, orchids, bromeliads, aroids, cycads,
and ferns. Garden tours, painting, drawings, photography and tiles by
Eco-artist Nancy and writing workshops, art shows and more. Located
off the 500 block of Simonton Street. $6 entrance fee. Open daily 10 a.m.
- 5 p.m.

PIGEON KEY FOUNDATION
289-0025 · Fax: 289-1065 · Email: pigeonkey@aol.com
P.O. Box 500130 · Marathon, FL 33050
Historical site-tours- 10-3 on the hour. Admission $8.50 for adults, $5.00
for students 6-13. Art and music festivals.

WRECKERS MUSEUM,
294-9502
322 Duval St. · Key West, FL 33040
Open daily 10-4. Adults-$5, Children under 12-$1. This museum offers a
peek into the life of a wrecking family. Memorabilia and documents from
the salvage trade plus marine artwork by a variety of artists.
There is no better way to learn
about our islands' history than
by visiting the local museums.