The Man in the Sea Museum is a great place to discover the history of diving. You can climb through a submarine, learn about different diving helmets used throughout history, see SEALAB 1, and so much more!! We have a large collection of rare diving equipment highlighting man's success in underwater exploration capabilities.
Make plans to visit this unique one-of-a-kind museum located in beautiful Panama City Beach, Florida!
We are raising money to help pay for the continued restoration of SEALAB I. Bricks are $50 each and can be ordered with this order form. Please return the completed form and payment to the museum or mail to the address on the form.
To protect the extensive restorative work completed in 2016. a shelter will be placed over SEALAB I. Additionally, in order for SEALAB I to continue making history, work will be completed inside to allow groups to inhabit the vessel for extended periods. Once again, SEALAB I will become a unique educational tool allowing groups to experience what the Navy's first four aquanauts experienced in 1964.
Drawing will take place when all 100 tickets are sold. For questions about your tickets please call our office at 850-235-4101. View Cart
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The Man in the Sea Museum is managed by the Institute of Diving a 501 c3 non profit. Your donation and support is greatly appreciated!
Wednesday thru Saturday 10am to 3pm
Closed Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday
Ages 6 to 17: $5.00
Ages 18 to 64: $7.00
Military with ID: $5.50
Senior (65+): $5.50
Children 5 and under: FREE!