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2831 Reynolds Drive, Fort Pierce, FL, US, 34945

  • Phone: (772) 460-9855
  • Fax: (772) 465-7117
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Arts & Museums

»Hallstrom Planetarium

An exciting educational planetarium that transports you to distant places and times and uses special effect projectors to tell stories about the planets and stars. There are 74 comfortable reclining seats with headrests on sites and a state-of-the-art Spitz automated star projector recreates the sky with the sun, moon, and planets magically appearing among the stars on the 40-foot domed ceiling. The Hallstrom Planetarium has just installed a brand new, state of the art, immersive video projector. You can now explore the whole universe from you seat.

3209 Virginia Avenue
Fort Pierce, Florida 34981

»Backus Gallery & Museum

Established in 1960 by A.E. Backus, one of the most renowned landscape artists in America, this 5,000 square foot art facility features the largest display of original paintings by Backus in the nation plus features four additional exhibition wings that feature changing exhibits of artwork by contemporary Florida artists.

500 North Indian River Drive
Fort Pierce, Florida 34950

»A. E. Backus Museum & Gallery

The A. E. Backus Gallery & Museum is home to one of the largest painting collection by renowned local artist of the same name. This museum is open five days a week from October through mid June. This facility was first established in 1960 and is now featured on the National Register of Historic Places.

500 North Indian River Drive
Fort Pierce, FL 34950

»Smithsonian Marine Ecosystems Exhibit

Discover how the earth's marine ecosystems work while at this center that features exhibits of mangrove and seagrass communities of the Indian River Lagoon, as well as a 3,300 gallon living Caribbean coral reef with hundreds of plants and animals.

420 Seaway Drive
Fort Pierce, Florida 34949

»St. Lucie County Regional History Center

In operation since 1968, the St. Lucie County Regional History Center is a local history museum located in Fort Pierce, Florida. The museum is run by volunteers from the St. Lucie Historical Society and documents the history of the local community through various antiques, displays, exhibits and artifacts. 

414 Seaway Drive
Fort Pierce, FL 34949

»UDT-SEAL Museum

The only museum in the world dedicated exclusively to the elite fighting men of Naval Special Warfare, this museum is located on the exact site where the World War II Navy frogmen trained and displays weapons, demolition gear, parachutes, uniforms, photographs, and memorabilia from every era which depict the historical significance of those who served on the Navy's SEAL and Underwater Demolition Teams.

3300 North Highway A1A
Fort Pierce, Florida 34949

»The National Navy-UDT Seal Museum

The National Navy-UDT Seal Museum is a tribute to the might national navy SEAL. The museum is dedicated to showcase the life, equipment and heart of a navy SEAL. There are stories, artifacts and other memories of the navy through the Gulf War, the Second World War until today, displayed here at the museum. Tools needed by the navy personnel, weapons and other items are all displayed here to give visitors a glimpse into that life. Details of war missions that took place in the sea, on land and in the air are also told at the museum. Also on display are medals, armored vehicles and more. Check website for more details.

3300 North A1A
Fort Pierce, FL 34949

»FPL Energy Encounter Center

Both children and adults will be amazed at the power of nuclear energy and electricity while at this center that offers an electrifying learning experience. Over 30 interactive, hands-on displays on electricity, energy, nuclear power, and the environment are on site. Educational classes and workshops are available and many special events are held here throughout the year.

6501 South Ocean Drive
Fort Pierce, Florida 34950

»Indian River Citrus Museum

The Indian River Citrus Museum traces back the origin of citrus cultivation and its commercial utilization along the east coast of Florida. The museum is located in the historic downtown of the city and showcases various pictorial presentations, artifacts and memorabilia, some of which were donated by treasure hunter Mel Fisher. A perfect way to tour this place is with the help of the guide available at the museum. Call for more information.

2140 14th Avenue
Vero Beach, FL 32960

»Indian River Historical Society

This historical society maintains an exhibition center in the historic circa 1903 railroad station that showcases displays which depict the area's roots and growth. Downtown historical walking tours are also available by appointment on Wednesdays at 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., in season.

2336 Fourteenth Avenue
Vero Beach, Florida 32961

»Vero Beach Museum of Art

Featuring national and international level art exhibitions and cultural events, the Vero Beach Museum of Art is a paradise for art lovers. Lectures, concerts and seminars add to the buzz. It is one of the largest art facilities in the state and boasts five art galleries, a library, a sculpture garden and classrooms.

3001 Riverside Park Drive
Vero Beach, FL 32963

»Stuart Heritage Museum

The Stuart Heritage Museum is a great facility that strives to preserve and protect the history of Stuart. The museum has a plethora of exhibits that will enable you to get acquainted with the area's history. With more than 10,000 artifacts in their kitty, they are leaving no stone unturned to preserve Stuart's history.

161 Southwest Flagler Avenue
Stuart, FL 34994
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