Upcoming Immerse Yourself Presentation!

Evolution of Diving In Key Largo 

Stephen Frink

Underwater Photographer

Wednesday, October 20th at 7 PM on Zoom

Join Stephen Frink a prolific underwater photographer, wildlife photographer, photo journalist, editor and publisher. He also teachers Masters level courses on Underwater Digital Imaging in Key Largo. Stephen will share his photos and discuss observations of the evolution of the local reef system from 1978 to today.

To request a spot please email: programs@divingmuseum.org to get your sign in information.


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September Presentation is sponsored by:

Kurt Tidd Iron Mike


Join us the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 7pm for our FREE Immerse Yourself! presentation series!

Each month we feature a guest speaker covering topics from all aspects of the diving industry and the marine environment.


See the schedule below for

Additional Museum Events

Upcoming Events

Sunday October 17th 11 AM - 4 PM Pulp Paper Art Pop Up In front of the Museum (1)

Stop by the History of Diving Museum from 11am to 4pm on October 17th and join Kevin Abbott, chief naturalist, curator and creator for Jabebo Studio. Kevin will be hosting a paper-pulp art demonstration using a bicycle-powered blender to repurpose cereal boxes into pulp to be pressed into a starfish mold. Visitors will also have a chance to get gooey and make their own starfish or paint one that has already dried to take home. While you are at the Museum, learn more about exploring under the sea by strolling through the Exhibits at a reduced rate of just $12 ($3 off the adult price). In addition, bring in an empty cereal box to receive a free gift.

Vintage Double Hose Regular Dives

Interested in recreating a classic underwater dive scene? Check out the video below and join us for a vintage dive. Send us an email to sign up or get more information on future double hose regulator dives - coming soon! Tentative dates are December 4th & 5th.   programs@divingmuseum.org

More details to follow.

Vintage diver scuba
Did you know that vintage double hose regulators had an air supply hose on the right side, and an exhaust hose on the left? In the series “Sea Hunt” somehow Mike Nelson’s nemesis always cut the left hose!
See the Featured Exhibit “Diving in Pop Culture!”
Through December 2021
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