Archaeology

  • Miami Circle

    The Miami Circle is located in the heart of downtown Miami where the Miami River meets Biscayne Bay. While the property is not open for regular visitation at this time there is plenty to do and see. More
  • Spanish Galleon

    1733 Spanish Galleon Trail
    Explore the Spanish Plate Fleet disaster of 1733. More
  • Museums in the Sea

    Visit our "Museums in the Sea" website. Here you will find information about all of Florida’s Underwater Archaeological Preserves. More
  • Mission San Luis

    Visit our "Living History Site and National Historic Landmark" More

Education

Educational programs, activities, workshops and volunteer opportunities in Florida More about Archaeology Education

Underwater

Underwater, marine, maritime, and nautical archaeology. More about Underwater Archaeology

Public Lands

Staff of the Public Lands Archaeology is responsible for assisting in the management of cultural resources located on state lands More about Public Lands

Projects

Archaeological projects including Miami Circle, Letchworth Mounds, Emanuel Point and more. More about Projects

Publications

Florida archaeological bulletins and reports. More about Publications

Contact

The Bureau of Archaeological Research has offices and facilities in three locations. Where to Find Us