Museum honors the birth and evolution of the Navy SEALs, built at site of their first training missions 70 years ago
About This Deal
The voice of history is always with us, encouraging us to learn from our mistakes and complaining about anachronisms in our favorite Viking soap operas. Enjoy welcome historical tidbits with this voucher.
Choose Between Two Options
- $16 for museum admission for two (up to a $16 value)
- $32 for museum admission for four (up to a $32 value)
Children 6–12 years old are $4 each, and children younger than 6 are admitted for free.
Need To Know
About National Navy UDT–SEAL Museum
Almost 70 years ago, the first U.S. Navy frogmen began underwater demolitions training in the waters around Fort Pierce. Commissioned through an act of Congress and the signature of the president, the National Navy UDT–SEAL Museum now stands where these first training sessions began and documents the evolution of the first volunteers into today's Navy SEALs. Exhibits honor the predecessors to the SEAL program and display artifacts and equipment from combat, including Apollo training vehicles, a Vietnam-era ”Huey” helicopter, and the SEALs' unique water vehicles powered by hardworking seahorses. Also on display are all 10,000 pounds of the fiberglass lifeboat from the 2009 hostage rescue of Richard Phillips, captain of the Maersk Alabama following its hijacking by Somalian pirates. Visitors can also view WWII training obstacles rescued from the ocean floor or take in the names of fallen heroes as they walk on memorial bricks donated by the friends and family of former SEALs. In addition to documenting and honoring past soldiers, the National Navy UTD–SEAL Museum also reaches out to living veterans through their reunions and their partnership with the Wheelchairs for Warriors program.