Man in the Sea Museum
17314 Panama City Beach Parkway
Panama City Beach, Fl 32413
The Man in the Sea Museum is located on Back Beach Rd. on the West End of Panama City Beach. It’s is a great place to explore fascinating exhibits and get acquainted with the roots of diving.
The exhibits illustrate early attempts to work underwater through interpretive drawings, dioramas and written records.
The large collection of rare diving equipment highlights Man’s success in developing ways to live in underwater habitats for weeks at a time, including the famous SEALAB-1, as used by the United States Navy (U.S.A.).
Discover the History of Diving
This unique 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!! They 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!
Video from the Man in the Sea Museum
In this video, the man from the Man in the Sea Museum 😛 talks a little bit about SeaLab. Check out more videos on their YouTube Channel.