Staring at the limestone wall surrounding Windley Key State Park in Islamorada, I can make out polyps of brain coral, tunnels dug by worms, and the filigree of sea fans– all while standing on dry …
Plunge into the History of Diving Museum, Islamorada, Florida
Come celebrate 100 years of Diving History August 23rd with a wine & cheese reception at the Museum just up the road from the Islander Resort, a Guy Harvey Outpost. August 24th the Museum will have FREE KIDS ACTIVITIES from noon to 3pm. The reception begins at 7pm Saturday August 23rd and includes admission to the History of Diving Museum, raffle prizes & silent auction. Tickets are $10 for adults or $5 for Museum members. There will be special video footage from the Abyss with some familiar faces.
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Sunday starting at noon, the free Kids’ Activities will include: designing your own deep diving suit, deep sea coloring, “Fun with Pressure,” and learning about deep deep-sea creatures. The History of Diving Museum is just a mile from the Islander Resort. While you are at the Museum, check out the tiger shark Guy Harvey painted by the front door. For more information on the Islander Resort, a Guy Harvey Outpost in Islamorada call (800) 513-5257.
History of Diving Museum
82990 Overseas Highway; Islamorada, FL 33036
(Mile Marker 83, Upper Matecumbe Key, Florida Keys)
The Islander Resort, a Guy Harvey Outpost
82100 Overseas Hwy, Islamorada, FL 33036
(Mile Marker 82, Upper Matecumbe Key, Florida Keys)