Our mission is to preserve and maintain the customs and
traditions of the three military sea services.
1402 Roseland Avenue
Sebring, Florida 33870
Hours of Operation
Open Wednesday through Saturday ~ Noon to 4:00 p.m.
Coronavirus impact on Military Sea Services Museum
To protect our volunteers and visitors from the potential threat of the Coronavirus,
the Military Sea Services Museum is taking the following two actions:
1. The monthly Sunday dinners at the Museum will be take out for members and guests.
Donations will be accepted.
Additional information will be provided to local members prior to each dinner.
2. Effective 11 July 2020, appointments will no longer be required to visit the Museum.
The Museum will be open to visitors Wednesday through Saturday, noon to 4:00 PM.
Groups will be limited to 10 people or less.
Visitors' temperatures will be taken at the Museum and
those with a temperature of 100 or above will not be allowed to enter the Museum.
All visitors and Museum Docents must wear face masks while together in the Museum..
We will open the Museum without restrictions and resume the monthly dinners as soon as it is safe to do so. Hopefully soon!
Please take good care of yourselves and follow the preventive measures
encouraged by Government and Health officials.
Please pray that this miserable virus that is inflicting so much pain and death around the world is soon eradicated.
If you have questions or for further information,
please call Museum President John Cecil at 863-840-3359
The Military Sea Services Museum - an admittance free Museum.
We encourage our web site guests
to send comments, suggestions,
or share their experiences in the military sea services.
Please forward them to: Curator@milseasvcmuseum.org
For Information Phone:
(863) 385-0992 (Museum)
(863) 385-2270 (John Cecil)
(863) 382-4047 (Gene Kissner)
(863) 381-3636 (Fred Carino)
Welcome to the only museum in the U.S. to honor the Military Sea Services of the United States of America (The U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and the Coast Guard). We dedicate this building to the memory of those gallant men and women who honorably served their country protecting our seas, shores, and air space from those attempting to deprive us of our freedom.