Museums in Cocoa Beach


Mel Fisher's Treasure Museum Visit for 2, 4, or 10 (Up to 57% Off)

Mel Fisher's Treasure Museum

Sebastian

Museum & gift shop with authentic artifacts jewelry and coins collected from Spanish 1715 Fleet and Atocha Shipwreck, salvaged by Mel Fisher

$14 $8

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Visit for Two, Four, or Six to the Museum of Military History (61% Off)

Museum of Military History

Kissimmee

Museum hosts workshops, lectures, and interactive exhibits to help museum-goers better understand the combat experience of American veterans

$14 $5.50

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World of Chocolate Museum Tour with Optional Mug and Hot Chocolate or Coffee (Up to 29% Off)

World of Chocolate Museum & Cafe

World of Chocolate Cafe

Two dozen chocolate sculptures of world monuments complement a historical tour of cacao's discovery, early use, and industry growth

$16.95 $12

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National Navy UDT–SEAL Museum Visit for Two or Four (Up to 50% Off)

National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum

North Beach

Museum honors the birth and evolution of the Navy SEALs, built at site of their first training missions 70 years ago

$16 $8

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Admission for Two, Four, or Six, or a Birthday Party at Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast (Up to 43% Off)

Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast

Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast

Children explore a variety of interactive exhibits that teach them about Florida history, how recycling works, and other fun subjects

$17 $12

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Admission for 2 or 4 or 1-Year Family Membership to Aerospace Discovery at Florida Air Museum (Up to 48% Off)

Florida Air Museum

Lakeland Municipal Airport

Aviation museum displays homebuilt and military planes, plus artifacts from the largest collection of Howard Hughes memorabilia in the world

$24 $15

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Single-Day Admission for 4, or 1-on-1 or Family Membership to Explorations V Children's Museum (Up to 46% Off)

Explorations V Children's Museum

Explorations V Children's Museum

Explore three floors of interactive children’s exhibits, including a pretend supermarket, a theatre, and a treehouse with a slide

$28 $15

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  • The Brevard Museum of History and Natural Science
    Before paved streets and residential blocks took its place, a maze of wetlands rife with rustling wildlife thrived in Central Florida. Such a scene is hard to imagine amid a backdrop of loud car horns, but skeptical visitors to The Brevard Museum of History and Natural Science can travel back in time and see it for themselves on a stroll through the museum’s 19.5-acre nature preserve. This remarkable preserve joins special exhibits dedicated to regional and cultural artifacts in fulfilling the museum’s mission to keep Florida’s heritage alive in the minds of its current inhabitants. Since the nonprofit facility first opened in 1973, an influx of state and philanthropic funding has spawned further expansion. One of the most crucial add-ons, the Taylor Wing, now houses a nonstop procession of visiting exhibitions and the kid-themed Imagination Center, where young hands can touch actual fossils of mammoths and 8-track tapes. Popular ongoing exhibits include large dioramas of local ecosystems and the Windover Story exhibit, which illustrates how the residents of Brevard County lived 7,000 years ago.
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    2201 Michigan Ave
    Cocoa, FL US
  • Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex
    The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex celebrates the past, present, and future of space travel with educational exhibits and hands-on activities for visitors of all ages. And as a reminder that the history contained here is still being written, the center displays a countdown clock marking off the seconds until the next scheduled launch. Size: The sprawling complex contains dozens of sites, simplified by sample itineraries that suggest guests plan to spend eight hours exploring some of the most popular exhibits and attractions. Eye-Catcher: See the 363-foot Saturn V rocket, the largest rocket ever made, and watch in wonder as that magic journey to the moon is brought to life once again at the Apollo/Saturn V Center. Permanent Mainstay: The actual space shuttle Atlantis serves as the centerpiece of an exhibit on the history of the NASA shuttle program, surrounded by interactive exhibits. Don't Miss: The center provides guests with the opportunity to touch an actual moon rock at the Apollo/Saturn V Center. Hands-On Experience: The Shuttle Launch Experience recreates the thrill of takeoff with its realistic simulation of the ascent into orbit, and includes testimonials by veteran astronauts and stunning views of Earth. Special Programs: Guests can attend a lunch where an actual NASA astronaut will recount space-faring experiences for the group.
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    State Road 405
    Kennedy Space Center, FL US
  • Mel Fisher's Treasure Museum
    From model cars to butterflies, many hobbyists have a collection of personal treasures. In the late Mel Fisher's case, his happened to consist of tons upon tons of gold, silver, and jewels. A pioneering diver, Fisher made his name in 1985 with the discovery of the 1622 wreck of the Spanish galleon Nuestra Se?ora de Atocha, felled as it was transporting 40 tons of gold and silver back to Europe. Rather than using the haul to fill his swimming pools, he set about making his discoveries known to the world while continuing to explore the ocean floor for other wrecked 17th- and 18th-century ships. Today, Mel Fisher's Treasure Museum awes visitors with a look at its namesake's remarkable life and collection. Size: at least 10 mother lodes Eye Catcher: a gleaming golden whistle from the Margarita site The Collection: artifacts from a Spanish fleet that sank in 1715 on the treasure coast Hands-On: Visitors can lift an actual Atocha gold bar?and purchase authentic unique coins in jewelry settings, treasure recreations, or nautical gifts.
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    1322 Us Highway 1
    Sebastian, FL US
  • Cornell Fine Arts Museum
    Named the best museum in Orlando by Cityvoters in 2008, Cornell Fine Arts Museum awakens retinas with a vast collection of more than 5,000 artworks. Patrons can meander through this elegant facility overlooking picturesque Lake Virginia, checking out a multifarious slew of permanent and travelling exhibitions, which feature chromatic canvases ranging from the early Renaissance to the modern day. The complimentary Corps Exquis catalogue is a bound anthology of famous etchings, mixed media, poems, and drawings by artists such as Paul Cezanne and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Bring home a copy to inspire burgeoning brush buffs or keep uncultured coffee tables company.
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    1000 Holt Ave
    Winter Park, FL US
  • Kissimmee Helicopters
    The friendly, professional Warbird Adventures flight fleet fulfills the dreams of propellerheads by putting aspirant aviators directly in the pilot's seat of a helicopter. Tote along two extra friends to enjoy your airborne exploits and strap on your gear. After a safe liftoff, your easygoing operator will hand over the controls of the skyscraping machine. Finally live your fantasy of relaying the day's rush-hour boat traffic, chat it up with the pilot about the sham that is the Bernoulli effect, or relax and take in the striking views as your jealous crewmates watch you steer the craft. The smooth flight offers a rewarding challenge for wannabe aviators, and to commemorate the adrenaline, Warbird will record your shining moment to a DVD, a perfect way to remind future jet-packing grandchildren about the glory days of propeller-bound flight.
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    233 North Hoagland Boulevard
    Kissimmee, FL US
  • Titanic The Experience
    When they enter Titanic The Experience, visitors receive a replica boarding pass. From there, they relive the ship's history from a passenger's perspective, from life onboard during its 1912 maiden voyage through to the crash. The exhibit closes with updates on modern efforts to recover its wreckage, which the museum is thoroughly part of?it's myriad artifacts were found by a team that performed seven deep-sea expeditions. Size: More than 5,500 authentic artifacts, including one of the passengers' perfume bottles, and china etched with the White Star Line's logo. Eye-catcher: The 17-ton section of the ship's hull. Don't miss: A glimpse at the paper documents that, against all odds, survived the shipwreck. Their story? They're from leather suitcases and briefcases; the era's tanning process made leather repel ocean microorganisms. Pro tip: The exhibit's artifacts are conserved, not restored. They team prevents them from decaying further, but wants to show the damage done by the shipwreck, the ocean, and the passage of time.
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    7324 International Dr
    Orlando, FL US
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