Home » Plan Your Visit

Plan a Visit into the World of Naval Special Warfare

Find everything you need below to plan an exciting and educational visit to the National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum and Memorial, which is sure to be an experience that you and your group will enjoy!

Effective March 1, 2018, our new admission prices are:

Adults (13 years and older): $15.00
Children ages 6 – 12 years: $7.00
Children ages 5 and under: FREE
Seniors (65+), Veterans, First Responders: $12.00

Address:
National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum
3300 North Highway A1A
Fort Pierce, Fl 34949

Hours of Operation:
Tuesday-Saturday:10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday: 12-4 p.m.
Closed on Mondays

We are closed in observance of the following holidays:
Easter, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day!

NOTE: Museum gift shop hours are the same as the Museum. Paid admission to the Museum is not necessary to visit the gift shop.

Admission:
Adults (13 years and older): $10.00
Children ages 6 – 12 years: $5.00
Children age 5 and under: FREE

Only service animals are allowed inside the fence and museum.

Group rates and tours are available. Please contact Andy: (772) 595-5845 or Andy@NavySEALMuseum.com.

**Become a member and enjoy FREE, unlimited access to the Museum for you and your family, with no block out dates! Learn more here!**

Driving Directions

From 1-95 (if arriving from the North): Take Exit #138, and turn east. Proceed east for 3.3 miles and you will arrive at a traffic light at Kings Highway (State Road #713). Continue east through the traffic light for 2.5 miles to U.S. Highway 1 (Traffic light). Turn right (south) onto U.S. Highway 1 and drive 3.8 miles to State Road A1A-North. Turn left (east) at the traffic light and drive 2.5 miles – you will go down a hill, through another traffic light, across railroad tracks, across two bridges and arrive at another traffic light. Turn left (north) and drive approximately three-quarters of a mile and the Museum will be on your right.

From 1-95 (if arriving from the South): Take Exit #131A. Proceed east for 4 miles and you will come to a traffic light at U.S. Highway 1. Turn left (north) onto U.S. Highway 1 and drive 1.7 miles to the traffic light at State Road A1A-North (Do not turn onto A1A-South). Turn right (east) at the traffic light and drive 2.5 miles – you will go down a hill, through another traffic light, across railroad tracks, across two bridges and arrive at another traffic light. Turn left (north) and drive approximately three-quarters of a mile and the Museum will be on your right.

From the Florida Turnpike (if arriving from the North or South): Exit at milepost #152. At the end of the exit, continue straight ahead (north) on State Road 713 for 2.4 miles and you will come to Orange Avenue/State Road 68. Turn right (east) and drive 4.5 miles to the traffic light at U.S. Highway 1. Turn left (north) onto U.S. Highway 1 and drive 1.7 miles to State Road A1A-North (Do not turn onto A1A-South). Turn right (east) at the traffic light and drive 2.5 miles – you will go down a hill, through another traffic light, across railroad tracks, across two bridges and arrive at another traffic light. Turn left (north) and drive approximately three-quarters of a mile and the Museum will be on your right.

Special Notes:

Precision street coordinates: N27° 48.7588′, W080° 25.5026′

If you are using GPS, our coordinates are: Latitude: 27.8126468 Longitude: 80.4250437.

If you plan to parachute in, prevailing winds are from the Southeast at 10 to 18 knots.

For those of you who plan a SCUBA insertion, water temperatures range from 84° in the summer to under 70° in winter.

Navy SEAL Museum Obstacle Course

Test your skill, agility, and strength against some of the toughest and most rigorous obstacles to be found anywhere.
learn more.

 

32nd Annual Muster Weekend Highlights

The Navy SEAL Museum celebrates another successful and memorial event.
learn more

 

Navy SEAL Swim/Ruck Challenges

Normandy, France – June 6, 2018, D-Day, a team of 25 elite warriors and civilians will make an Epic Journey to raise funds for charity.
learn more