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At present the business gets a rating of 4.4 over 5 and this score has been based on 792 reviews.
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This Tourist Attraction corresponds to the category of Maritime museum.
Honestly. Not my cup of tea. There are some cool relics there but I don't feel like it's worth the price and it's pretty small there. Main lobby then one room with exhibits, mostly from queen Anne. I was super excited but left mildly disappointed. If you're super into Queen Anne's boat you will love this.
OK this isn't the greatest museum in the world but it is a great place to spend a couple of hours during your beach week. This museum is especially good for grandparents and grandchildren to tour / enjoy together. Part of the museum has a …
Great small museum with wonderful displays. There's free parking, and the building's design resembles a ship's core. We entered and the ladies in the lobby were friendly. The giant fresnel lens is the centerpiece of the lobby. The displays in the main room are well researched and easy to navigate. Good displays for children as well. We came back twice and will drop in again.
Information packed museum
Interesting.u- Boat & blackbeard info good. Bit dark.needs better lighting.
Pretty small and basic but still interesting. Staff was very friendly.
Lovely little museum in the village of Hatteras, one of the most difficult places to reach in the continental US. There are mostly maritime displays, ranging from artifacts derived from wrecks of pirate ships, to documentaries of famous sea rescues and wartime submarine activity. My brother who is retired from the Navy really enjoyed this museum.
Very small, but worth a quick visit.
I enjoyed the museum, visited during the 2018 Thanksgiving weekend. The museum display area is surprisingly small but very high quality. There is also a gift shop and a film room housed in the building. There is no charge for this venue, donations are accepted. Great option if you find yourself deep in the ferry line as the location is contiguous. Easy to see all in 30 minutes or less.
It is a small museum. They have some items from blackbeard's ship queen Anne's revenge. There is an exhibit of the Monitor and of scuba diving.
Amazing museum with so much background of Hatteras. So glad we made
Surprisingly interesting exhibits!
Love this place!! If you like to explore the history of the places you visit and love, time spent here is well worthwhile!!
Been visiting since it was first built. Have loved watching it transform and grow. Great musuem. Helpful knowledgeable staff. Exhibits are top-notch!
This is a small museum operating on donations. A good amount of historic artifacts including things from Blackbeard's ship and the original Cape Hatteras lighthouse signal partly restored. Worth the stop.
Nice small museum, tells a great history.
Neat museum. It appears to be a large facility but the exhibits on local history, fishing, diving, & wrecks only take an hour or two to fully explore. Some remnant wrecks are on the grounds. The young woman staffing the front desk was very informed and engaging to both kids and adults. The nearby beach was nice but busy.
Amazing the history that happened along this beautiful coast.!!!
Interesting history, very clean and well curated exhibits.
Free admission and parking. Donations appreciated. Plan on 1 to 1 1/2 hours. Many artifacts and displays. High quality, class act museum. Sections on Blackbeard, Titanic, WWII German U-boat activity, various shipwrecks and original artifacts from them, the Iron clad "Monitor". Right next to the (free) ferry to Ocracoke island, so plan to arrive a little early to the ferry and check out the museum.
Such a great place to learn things about the ocean for all ages
Everybody who goes to Hatteras needs to go to this place. At least once!
Loved the history and the friendly workers.
Great place filled woth history and interesting information! It is completely free, but they so accept donations.
Deep in OBX interesting shipwreck uncovered
Great little museum, very informative and Free!
Nice stop while traveling the coast.
Very informative, great historical items
I love history, fun place
Artifacts are amazing. Maritime information from A to Z. Very nice and cordial staff. Lighthouse inside . So much history. Thank you for all the preservation you guys do!!!.
Great museum right by the ferry. It’s free too!
Pretty cool history. Be careful not to touch artifacts, ghosts may follow you home for a night .
The graveyard of the Atlantic Museum is one of the best museums that I've been to incorporating local Legends and interesting things about the island. Sometimes they will have presentations for adults. And they also have very fun activities for kids.
Very interesting. I like all the local history
Neat and only donations for entry, don't see that much anymore.
Great museum for pirate. WWI and other ships
Very informative museum. There are a lot of shipwrecks at Hatteras
Cute little museum, nice history of tve area.
Outside doesn't look like much but inside was a plesent surprise. Much larger and quite interesting. Nice gift shop. Need about 60 to 90 minutes to see.
Definitely worth the visit. FREE admission, lots of history and information. Unique exhibit. I'd recommend donated a couple of dollars in their donation box so they can keep it open and add more to the museum!
This is an interesting museum dedicated to the maritime history of Hatteras Island and the immediate area. There's exhibits dedicated to historical pirate activity, the Monitor from the Civil War, World War I and II events, a short history …
Fun scavenger hunt kept the kids engaged
Nice place to visit after Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. Kids enjoyed the exhibits.
My family visited over Thanksgiving weekend and spent over 2 hours. Great for all ages....kids were able to color and read while I went through ENTIRE museum. Fascinating local history and interesting stories about how local, maritime history affected broader economy and commerce. Best part? Queen Anne's Revenge artifacts!
Very nice. Well laid out. Activities for everyone. Check online for schedule of activities and events Worth visit
Really cool place, full of history.
Great displays, no admission fee but gladly donated.
I got to touch one of the canons from the Queen Anne’s Revenge.
Awesome history about the area and free
Excellent! Wonderful place to take your family and learn about some of the shipwreck history. And also to learn about other related things that have happened to ships during various wars etc.
If you enjoy learning about pirates, old ships, and light houses I would recommend
This is a small museum, but it is spacious and clean. The exhibits are in a large unified hall, but are quite detailed and enlightening. When we were there last, there was a scavenger hunt for the older kids that they really enjoyed. …
Informative displays, would like to see it a little more interactive.
Lots to look at. Very enjoyable museum
I feel like this museum has missed an opportunity to delve into a really interesting topic—all of the many shipwrecks along the Outer Banks— and instead focused more on the the Civil War and the island’s other interests, with a focus on very few shipwrecks. Perhaps if they changed the name it wouldn’t be a let down.
Our son LOVED this place ❤️
This is a neat place to visit in Hatteras with lots of artifacts from shipwrecks. Must see and best of all, it is free. They have a donation box, please don’t be cheap and contribute what you can.
Very interesting museum, definitely worth a stop. Admission is free and there's beach access right across the road. Plan to take your time. Although it is small, it is packed with interesting information and exhibits.
Very well put together. Alot of information here with alot of exhibits to see. Donations only with a small gift shop. Worth a stop
Nice little museum.
Very interesting. They had a kids program and a scavenger hunt for the kids to keep them interested. The place was very cold so bring something to keep you warm. They also had a movie going in one of their rooms. There was some interactive exhibits to try as well.
A nice quiet museum with some unknown history about the OBX. I love coming here and seeing the artifacts they’ve collected. Will always go back.
Small..packs a huge punch for size. Highly recommend
Kids enjoyed the hunt and kept them interested. Parent enjoyed the visit too :)
Very cool place!
For free, it's fine. But could I have missed it? Sure. Billy Mitchell mannequin was meh. Fresnel lens light house too was interesting. There is a museum store which was interesting. Overall, bring your kids and share a little history.
Great and free.... lots of info on local shipwrecks, stories, fishing, pirates, and even the Titanic
Sweet lots of facts and some cool old stuff
Very enjoyable and informative, free- can't beat the price. Thanks fred.
A really cool experience. If your in Hatteras, a definite must see. It really does a great job of explaining the contribution this area has made to the Marine industry
Loved the info and the scavenger hunt.
Very cool history from Civil War through WW2 with German u-boats. Doesnt take long to get through and awesome beach right across the road
Very well put together museum. I learned a great deal here.
A place we stop by every visit to Hatteras. Many exhibits, easy to understand, a good way to learn about the rich heritage of the area. From lighthouses, pirates, Titanic, diving, Civil War, Monitor and Merrimack, shipwrecks and how close WWII got to America's shores. Something interest to everyone!!!
Nice artifacts from the past and interesting stories.
Really enjoyed the history
Self guided museum. Informative but seemed a bit unorganized. Like .. the flow of it was all over the place.
Even though you were closed when we went for a visit, we still enjoyed the grounds outside and walked out on the pier. Thanks for a lovely time and hopefully we can get back one of these Days to see the inside of this museum. Please consider opening on Mondays!!!
Neat information about the many shipwrecks in the area as well as the fishing and diving activities surrounding the Outer Banks.
Wonderful place to go to see the history of shipwrecks off the coast of the OBX.
Very nice place that everyone can enjoy!
Could lose yourself and a ton of time in this amazing little museum
This museum is excellent considering it's free. We really enjoyed our time there. Cute gift shop, too.
Impressive and so informative. You won't be disappointed with your visit
If you like history it's very informative
The family loved it!
What a great experience! Thank you Ms. Riddle for taking the time to speak with my shipwreck obsessed son and signing his copy of your book! We will most definitely return!
Lots of good information about local ship wrecks
Very well presented, lots of good stories and items.
Awesome!! Learned so much. Proud to be American!!!
Worth seeing if you are at all interested in ships, pirates, diving, or lighthouses. Some very cool exhibits, including the original 19th century French-made original fresnel lens from the Cape Hatteras lighthouse.
Interesting displays for whole family. Takes 45 min go through.
Very nice, easy in and out besure to check out the different rooms and or ask the staff where displays are.
Very nice museum. This place does real research! They find stuff in the ocean, then clean it and display it! Very cool. You can see into their lab.
Learned a lot here and it's free
Interesting exhibits, though some NC connections were a stretch (Titanic tie-in: the Vanderbilts' valet ...?!!)
It is a small museum, but it has some very interesting items in its collection. No entry fee, but there is a place for donations. The items from Blackbeard's ship were very interesting. It's always nice to be able to learn new stuff. Be …
Pretty interesting little museum. Things to do for the kids, nice little theatre with a 30 minutes or so collection of a few short videos. They have an Enigma coding device recovered from the nearby waters. Only thing that was strange was the main exhibit hall was kinda hidden, I almost missed it. Once inside, though, out was quite interesting and much larger inside than I thought. Plus you can observe items being preserved by scientists.
An absolutely incredible museum! I am extremely interested in ships and ship wrecks, but this museum is not exclusive for those fascinated by ships. The Outer Banks has a rich nautical history and this museum does a great job of portraying that history. The staff is extremely kind and knowledgeable. I had a great time here learning about the history of the area. I definitely recommend visiting. They are in need of funding and I hope someday they will receive it.
Staff very nice. Exhibits enjoyable
Really enjoyed learning about the ships wrecked along this coast
Great place to visit. Lots of information about the history of the Outer Banks.
Very interesting. Outstanding volunteers. Loved all the history and artifacts.
Very Educational and interesting, well curated, friendly staff, and free
A free museum that has quite a collection of historical ship wrecks. We spent less than an hour there. The parking area is also a good spot where you could access the beach in a short walk.
The employees were amazing they let u do a scavenger hunt and sometimes they would give u some hints.
Small museum, but interesting displays and relics if you like ships and the history of diving, fishing etc. For the kids there is an educational area with knot tying station, code breaking, children's books and some other activities. The kids could also go on a museum scavenger hunt with a list from the front desk. Nice break away from the sun and no cost to get in. There is a donation box if you are inclined to give and they have a gift shop.
Very fun, and neat artifacts!
Take time to visit here! Rich in history and seafaring lore...
Sooooo much too see here ! Quality exhibits, nice gift shop .
Nice museum. Needs a few more exhibits
Grate atmosphere and educational
They need change the entrance but still is amazing place
Very interesting and great relics and photos.
Very interesting displays, definatly with a visit.
It's free to visit so donations keep this place running. There is a small room for kids to practice knots and play games and the remaining part of the musuem has artifacts from sunken ships. I only wish there were more information on all the claimed ships from the area.
Intersiting Queen Anne's Revenge exhibit and Monitor exhibit with many great artifacts. Free, so a good stop.
Nice location and very informative!
Great little place to stop by, the staff were kind and helpful and the exhibits were interesting. We visit during the special exhibit of Blackbeard which was neat and got to see some original artifacts from the Queen Anne’s revenge all in all it was a great stop on our trip
A good distraction on a rainy day. Smaller than expected, but the price is right. Don't miss going through the "secret door" to the larger gallery. Coordinate with your visit to the lighthouse to marvel at the actual 1860s era lens/light.
Great New building
Exceptional time capsule of a museum from the Queen Anne's Revenge to modern day diving equipment and so much more. No admission but we gladly donated the recommended 5 bucks. Plus how can you resist a photo OP like this!
Very interesting! Lots of lost history from the ocean!
Free to go in and has some cool displays.
I love history, and this has Civil War, WWI and WWII history and more. Plus it's free. They only ask for donations. Really something to see.
Very historical place fun for kids
A lot of fun! They had a scavenger hunt and a prize for completing it! It was really informative; I didn't know NC had a role in the sinking of the Titanic. There was also a lot of stuff that I taught in my history class, so it was cool to get some added details, like General Burnside's involvement with Hatteras (fun fact from my class was that Burnside led to the term "side burns." Good, free place to visit, but do make a donation!
The lighthouse stuff was the most interesting, a lot of the exhibits were a bit...off-topic? But it's free! And the building itself is super cool. Worth a visit.
Great museum to visit, small but well kept with friendly staff. Free admission, nice little gift shop too! The Fresnel lens along with its history is very interesting!
Nice place to learn the history of the locals. Love that it's free for all and you can donate what you can afford.
A great place to visit! Lots of information on the history of the area and the treacherous ocean that surrounds it.
Bulk of the exhibits were for the civil war and pirates (Arrrgh!). There were other exhibits for both world wars, diving in general, etc. Museum is worth seeing if you're a history buff or even just a vacationer. It was very informative and interesting!
A nice self guided museum tour of the local history, facility is top notch with helpful staff
Very interesting museum - will return because there was more to see than we could do in an hour.
Very interesting place. G. Granddaughtet loved it. 5 yrs old diid schaverington hunt. Did good, found all.
Waa very interesting. But if you are not in the area, it's not worth the detour
It was free they had a search thing for the kids
Very interesting museum. Great beach right outside.