Address
7985 113th Street, Suite 100
Seminole, FL 33772
phone: 727-394-9338
fax: 727-394-2737
e-mail: panamacanalmuseum@aol.com
web: www.panamacanalmuseum.org
Hours
Monday - Friday, 1st and 3rd S 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Admissions
Donations gratefully accepted
Museum Type(s)
Services
Gift Shop
Staff
Elizabeth Neily, Director
Joseph J. Wood, President
phone: 727-394-9338
Katherine Egolf, Executive Vice President

Mission

The mission of the Panama Canal Museum is to preserve the history of the American era of the Panama Canal (1904-1999). The museum collects artifacts, documents and other items of historical importance and interest, which are accessible in person and on the Internet. Its purpose is to enable research and education in the history of the accomplishments of the United State of America in the construction, operation, maintenance and defense of the Panama Canal as a service to the World's maritime and naval communities in the twentieth century. It also collects, documents, catalogs, preserves, stores, exhibits, interprets and enables research on a variety of items illustrative of the lives and work of the Panama Canal workforce and supporting communities. It is intended to be of particular interest to former residents of the Canal Zone and their descendents as well as students, scholars, genealogists, and others who have an interest in this unique achievement. The emphasis is on memorializing the contributions of individuals, families and organizations of the United States. The emphasis is on memorializing the contributions of individuals, families and organizations of the United States, as well as those of the French, West Indians, Panamanians and others who helped to create and operate the Panama Canal.

Governance

Board of Trustees

Services

Gift Shop