National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum, 3 mi. n.e. of US 1 at 3300 N. SR A1A, depicts the history and development of the U.S. Navy's UDTs (Underwater Demolition Teams), SEALs (Sea, Air, Land Teams), Naval Combat Demolition Units, Scouts and Raiders from World War II to the present through interactive exhibits, photographs and artifacts. The collection features weapons, vehicles and vessels. The World War II Gallery tells the story from the beginning of Naval Special Warfare and the accomplishments of the men who set the standard for military special operations. The Cold War Gallery recounts SEAL operations between 1945-2000. Visitors can explore a Mark V Special Operations Craft and experience an obstacle course.
Outdoor displays include boats, mini-submarines, small landing craft, a helicopter, Apollo training modules and the Memorial Wall.