Museum of Man in the Sea

The Man in the Sea Museum is home to the one and only- SEALAB I- the U.S. Navy's first underwater habitat. Visitors may tour where 4 divers lived and worked for 11 days in 193 feet of water off the coast of Bermuda in 1964. The museum also features dioramas, static displays and audio/visual resources to tell the fascinating history of exploring the ocean depths. Climb through the Beaver IV submersible and try on an actual deep sea dive helmet! Outside, visitors can also see one of the first saturation dive systems, personal transfer capsules, swimmer deliver vehicles and submarines. We offer something for everyone to enjoy!



Bus Parking

Average Visit Time

1 - 2 hours


Group Discount, Military Discount, Senior Citizen Discount

Guest Information

Family Friendly, Wireless (Wi-Fi)