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McLarty Treasure Museum, Vero Beach

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The McLarty Treasure Museum is located at 13180 North A1A on Orchid Island, north of Windsor and Vero Beach, Florida, on the barrier island at the north end of Indian River County. The museum occupies part of the former site of the Survivors' and Salvagers' Camp - 1715 Fleet, and is part of Sebastian Inlet State Park. It houses exhibits on the history of the 1715 Spanish treasure fleet,and it features artifacts, displays, and an observation deck that overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. An A&E Network production, The Queen's Jewels and the 1715 Fleet, is shown, telling of the fleet's attempt to return to Spain when a hurricane struck off the Florida coast 300 years ago.The property for the museum was donated to the State by Mr. Robert McLarty, a retired Atlanta attorney who lived in Vero Beach.
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  • Don't miss the film of the treasure hunters and other great history sources including the museum staff. Well worth the stop.  more »
  • Lots of local knowledge. A real hidden treasure along the treasure Coast A1A for $2. Staff was just as nice as could be Not well marked ... keep your eyes peeled!!!!.  more »
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  • Simple yet very effective. This is a good place to go and understand the treasure history of the area. They're quite a bit of displays and lots of information as to why it's called the Treasure Coast. And it's only two bucks to get in! One thing to keep in mind, this is geared for people who like history - more for teenagers and adults, not so much for children (unless they love treasure and pirate history).
  • For $2 its not a bad stop. The exhibits aren't extensive or detailed. They do have a couple of interesting pieces to see. The video they play which covers the ships history and the treasure search are a bit dated but still informative. Good for a 45 min stop.

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