EDUCATION
RESOURCES

The Florida Maritime Museum (FMM) offers a fun, inexpensive learning experience for your classroom or family.

Including our wonderful exhibits, FMM is home to a research library, offers onsite and offsite lectures, group tours, and traveling trunks.

Learners of all ages will discover the importance of Florida’s fishing and maritime heritage.

Check out the boxes below to see our offerings!

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FIELD TRIPS

Due to limited space and staffing, the museum does require advanced notice for tour dates, and 1 chaperone per 10 students.

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TRAVELING TRUNKS

Please contact our Education and Engagement Coordinator, Andrew Pressly for more information.

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OFFSITE LECTURES

FMM staff may be available to lecture at your local library or group meeting! 

LIBRARY AND ORAL HISTORIES

See what is in our Member Lending Library and listen to local oral histories.

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PIP THE PELICAN

Print out and color this coloring page and turn it in to the museum and recieve a prize out of our treasure chest!

HOME SCHOOL DAYS

While also leaving designated field trip days for our public and private schools, we will be offering home school days.

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MARITIME RESOURCES

Check out links to various maritime resources.

 

Friends of 

the FMM

Educational programming underwritten by the Friends of the Florida Maritime Museum

Florida Maritime Museum is committed to ensuring digital accessibility for people with disabilities. We are continually improving the user experience for everyone, and applying the relevant accessibility standards.

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Florida Maritime Museum, ​​Historical Resources Department for the Office of Ms. Angelina Colonneso, 
Manatee County Clerk of Circuit Court and Comptroller