The Saint Michael Academy Museum is
located at Saint Michael Chapel in West Palm Beach, Florida and is available
for visits by appointment and for a tour at our new location at 101 Seaway Drive, Fr. Pierce, FL.
The museum presents to children and adults live and video presentations and
has a history of public appearances since it's premiere exhibit at the
famous Henry Flagler Museum in Palm Beach, Florida in 1982 where over 30,000
people viewed its presentation.
The program has a wide array of artifacts from the 1656 Spanish shipwrecked
galleon the "Nuestra Senora de las Maravillas". Since its discovery
by Captain Robert Bouchlas, the findings have been exhibited to school children,
city officials and have received a commendation from the White House, a letter from
King Juan Carlos I of Spain, the blessings of the Pope and many letters of
recommendation from the public school system.
"Click Above to View Letters To and From Spain"
Royal Dies 1
Royal Dies 2
"Click Above to View Coin Dies Donated to Spain"
Today we have an ongoing Spanish shipwreck
recovery project of two additional Spanish galleons in the Palm Beach area
and believe that "Everyone Can Touch a Piece of History" through
our public domain exhibits and presentations.