Key West Shipwreck Museum

Key West Shipwreck Museum

Looking for something to do in Key West?  Try the Ship Wreck Museum!!!

Shipwreck Museum: Key West Shipwreck Museum is one of the top Key West Attractions. Enjoy guided museum tours, amazing views from the lookout tower, and touch real treasure! Mariam's note: had a cousin that studied at Key West and he loved it there!

Whitefish Point - Lighthouse and Shipwreck Museum. Home of the bell of the Edmund Fitzgerald.

Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum & Whitefish Point Light Station

The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum & Whitefish Point Museum is a collection of historic buildings and artifacts that represent a highly informative piece of maritime history with guided tours.

Key West Shipwreck Museum

Key West Shipwreck Museum is one of the top Key West Attractions. Enjoy guided museum tours, amazing views from the lookout tower, and touch real treasure!

key west shipwreck museum

Learn about Key West History and a Key West Shipwreck at this cool Museum in Key West. Close to Mallory Square and offers something for the whole family.

Kyrenia shipwreck, the oldest Greek trade ship (3rd century BCE) ever found near Kyrenia. It was discovered by Greek-Cypriot diving instructor Andreas Cariolou in November 1965 during a storm. Located at the Ancient Shipwreck Museum, Northern Cyprus. For more information visit: http://northcyprusdiscovery.com/shipwreck-museum/

The Kyrenia shipwreck (Kıbrıs gemisi) museum is located inside Kyrenia Castle. It’s star attraction, the Kyrenia shipwreck, is a century B.C Greek merchant ship and is the oldest example of a Greek ship to be discovered.

Kyrenia Shipwreck Museum, North Cyprus  -  cypnet.co.uk

Kyrenia Shipwreck Museum, North Cyprus - cypnet.co.uk

North Cyprus :: Shipwreck Museum

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The Shipwreck Museum (and Bar) of the Netherlands: Wrakkenmuseum

Wrakkenmuseum

Discover Wrakkenmuseum in Formerum, Netherlands: Pull up and have a drink at a museum filled with hundreds of years worth of shipwreck artifacts.

I was lucky enough to go back to Englad, and I am so excited to tell you about it. I wasn’t going to mess up this re-do, it was a second chance in London. I had already seen “what you’re supposed to see” years ago. London was the first city I went to in Europe. I think I have 300 photos from my 4 days there. 10 of just the train station. 5 of me in a phone booth. I was a super tourist (I still kind of am). I don’t want to bore you so I won’t tell you all of London’s castles, gardens, and…

8 Reasons to Try London Again

Hastings used to be a huge fishing port in England but is now more of a seaside vacation spot with delicious fish n chips. There is a fisherman and shipwreck museum (free to enter, donations accepted) and also an arcade area with rides and bumper cars.

Michigan – Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum.  See the bell from the Edmund Fitzgerald and other artifacts from the Shipwreck Coast.  From Travel50StatesWithKids.com #familytravel

The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum has the bell from the Edmund Fitzgerald; the freighter that went down in 1975 and lost 29 crew members. Take a day trip from Sault Ste. Marie, MI west to see the museum, lighthouses, beaches, and much more!

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