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We’re Open with Limited Access!

For the health and safety of our guests and staff, Shipwrecked Treasure Museum is currently open but limiting museum capacity to nine guests at a time to adhere to local regulations. This allows space for social distancing and gives our staff the ability to keep up with enhanced sanitizing practices.

Since we can only allow such a limited number of people inside the museum at a time, we are offering reservations for a one-hour time slot so that you can be sure you'll be able to enter before you make the trip. If you would like to book the entire museum for your time slot so that no other guests are admitted, we offer that option as well. To make a reservation, click here.

We are also adjusting our business hours to match the Branson Landing's shortened schedule of 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

We will update this page as local and national guidelines change.

Largest Civil War Treasure Trove Ever Discovered

Explore the high seas and discover treasures found beneath the surface at Branson’s new Shipwrecked Treasure Museum. This expansive two-story museum features items from the Roman Empire through World War II, from real pirate coins to actual artifacts pulled from historic ships. Learn about pirates and maritime life and get a glimpse into 19th century naval history with genuine artifacts at this one-of-a-kind museum.

Come See Branson's Treasure Museum

 Set your sails to Branson Landing in Branson, MO to uncover the mysteries, treasure, and ancient artifacts at the brand new Shipwrecked Treasure Museum. Discover what life was like for pirates and explore the artifacts from various shipwreck sites though interactive displays and exhibits. There are so many things to learn!

Find the Treasure

Explore countless artifacts from pirate coins to authentic silver bars.

Discover One-of-a-Kind Items

From the original porthole of the SS Republic to a never-before-seen display, Shipwrecked Treasure Museum is home hundreds of authentic shipwrecked recovered items.

As Seen on National Geographic & Discovery Channel

Several television programs have aired about Odyssey and its efforts to preserve shipwreck treasure. Some of the items featured on these programs are displayed at the museum!

Buy Tickets

Click here to purchase tickets and set out to explore the world of pirates, treasure, and family fun!

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