Step back in time to the turn of the century with a visit to the House of Refuge Museum at Gilbert’s Bar. It offered shelter to the survivors of the Georges Valentine shipwreck in 1904.
Gilbert’s Bar House of Refuge, Martin County’s oldest building, has been listed on the National Register of
Historic Places since 1974.
301 SE MacArthur Blvd
Hutchinson Island, FL 34996
Dive into the secret world of Naval Special Warfare at The National Navy SEAL Museum and Memorial. Get up close and hands-on with the specialized equipment used by Navy SEAL Teams—from the first operations of their legacy units during World War II to today’s high tech, high stakes missions. Check out Groupon for deals on admission tickets!
3300 North A1A, Pepper Park
North Hutchinson Island
Fort Pierce, FL 34949
Experience the unsurpassed biological diversity that lies below these waters. At the Marine Ecosystems Exhibit, visitors can explore six different Florida marine habitats and learn about the complexity and importance of marine ecosystems.
420 Seaway Drive
Fort Pierce, Florida 34949
The Elliott Museum was founded in 1960 by Harmon Elliott in memory of his father, turn-of-the-century inventor Sterling Elliott. Focusing on art, history and technology, the Elliott Museum aims to tell the rich story of our region, capture the spirit of innovation that has left an indelible mark on the American psyche, and celebrate the power of originality.
825 NE Ocean Blvd
Stuart, FL 34996
The Center lies just west of the Atlantic ocean and straddles the nationally recognized Indian River Lagoon, a saltwater estuary, and Moore's Creek, a freshwater tributary. The site is a historical congregating place for Florida manatees as a result of warm water effluence from the long-retired Henry B. King Power Plant. While the plant is no longer there, it continues to be a congregating place for manatees and visitors alike.
480 N Indian River Dr,
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Mel Fisher, the World's Greatest Treasure Hunter famous for finding the largest underwater treasure find in history, the Nuestra Senora de Atocha and the Santa Margarita, the Spanish galleons that sank during a hurricane on September 6, 1622. His find included $450 million dollar treasure cache with over 40 tons of silver and gold, over 100,000 Spanish silver coins known as "Pieces of Eight", gold coins, Columbian emeralds and much more!
1322 US Highway 1
Sebastian, FL 32958
This year-round outdoor weekend flea market with antiques, art, clothing vendors, food vendors, fresh fruits and vegetables stands.
Open Saturday & Sunday
2885 SE Federal Hwy
Stuart, FL 34994
Pierced Ciderworks is located in the historic part of downtown Fort Pierce area formerly known as the Fishing Village or now known as Edgartown. We converted this 117 year old building, originally owned by the famous photographer Harry Hill, into a unique cidery. The decor is industrial with details in every nook and corner. You really need to see the place in person to truly appreciate it.
411 N 2nd St, Fort Pierce, FL
The building that houses P.P. Cobb goes all the way back to 1882, when it became the first store in Fort Pierce. It was originally a trading post, and it became a general store in 1896 when it was purchased by Peter Cobb.
Located in Downtown Fort Pierce Historic District. Since 2007 specializing in homemade soups, sandwiches, and salads for dine-in or take-out, breakfast and lunch. Unique selection of beer and soda pops, unique selection of herbal soaps, arts & crafts, and a wide range of Florida products, such as dressings, hot sauce, BBQ sauce, and Fruit Wine.
100 Avenue A #1C
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
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