One of the ways the FSISP raises money is though the gift shops we run at the two museums at the Sebastian Inlet State Park.
Established in 2098, the Sebastian Fishing Museum preserves the cultural and historical past of Sebastian’s commercial and recreational fishing community. Take a step back in time and walk along a replica dock and fish house, listen to the sounds and stories of the fisherman of the past and lay your eyes on Coolidge Judah’s homemade fishing boat from the 1940’s. Currently on exhibition is the Sebastian Inlet Tax Districts roving History of Sebastian Inlet panel display. This timeline features photographs and documents from the last 100 years of the Sebastian Inlet from the 1800’s to the present day. Have a seat in one of our rocking chairs and enjoy a 24 minute video which explores the history and diverse wildlife of the Indian River Lagoon.
The Museum is open Monday through Saturday 10am-4pm and is free with regular park admission. The Nautical Nook Gift Shop, open Monday through Saturday 10am-4pm, is located inside the Sebastian Fishing Museum.
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