TREASURES OPENS ONE HOUR AFTER THE MUSEUM OPENS TO THE PUBLIC
When you enter Treasures, it's like you're inside a sunken Spanish Galleon, walking on the sandy bottom of the ocean littered with coins and shells, and gazing up into the Gulf's beautiful blue waters. Views through the shipwreck's fractured hull reveal murals that depict the diverse marine life of the Gulf of Mexico.
The ribs of the Spanish Galleon accommodate shelves filled with a wide selection of GulfQuest souvenir items, including t-shirts, caps, coffee mugs, coasters, puzzles, magnets, kitchen towels and much more. We also have a selection of fun toys and educational items for junior mariners, such as books, stuffed animals, science kits and nautical items.
Original artwork from Gulf Coast artists is available, plus limited-edition maritime and nautical prints. Our large selection of men’s gifts includes ties, soaps, barware and books for the sea lover in every man. And ladies will love the silk scarves and jewelry, along with home décor and gift items for wedding showers, corporate gifts and birthdays.
Beautiful gift-wrapping is available for all gift-giving occasions.
(Museum admission is not required to visit Treasures.)
In Japanese ports like Yokohama, a main street or honcho-dori offered visiting sailors an enjoyable evening on shore. One theory holds that mariners corrupted honcho-dori. On a "hunky-dory," everything was fine, and that is what we mean today.