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Seawolf Park, Galveston

Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
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3.7/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web
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  • Touring the sub and ship was very interesting. My father served on a ship just like that when he was in the navy. it was very cool going through the same type of ship and seeing how he lived for 4 yea...  read more »
  • By far one of the most interesting tours we have been on. Really a neat place to go and see. We will go again next time we visit. 
  • My wife had never been here. I wanted her to actually see how tight the living quarters were in a WWII submarine. It is only 311 feet long, which is dwarfed in comparison to today's Ohio Class boats. ...  read more »
  • Decided to visit on a whim with our two girls, 7 & 10. The kids loved exploring the ships and wanted to go through the submarine twice. Took about 30-45 minutes, we had the place practically to ourselves, and the price was $20 for all four of us - super cheap fun for the whole family. Definitley worth a visit - try to go early as it gets hot in those ships.
  • A good time for history loving people. The staff were great, very friendly and helpful and the gift shop had very reasonably priced items. Both the submarine and ship were open for exploration and were fun to go through. In addition, there is a small memorial park dedicated to the Navy ships and sailors lost during WWII.
  • Thank God people are able to have the forethought to preserve the past for now and future generations. The submarine USD Cavalla and Destroyer escort USS Stewart are on display remind us that freedom is not free and pay tribute to those that have gave and still give so much of themselves to ensure that we remain free. The park has many other things to offer also, so bring a cooler for lunch and make a day trip out of it.
  • Just recently went to Seawolf Park to do some fishing and it's been YEARS since i've been here. There is a pier and lots of places to fish around the park area. There are also wash stations to clean your fishing gear and fish. Sadly, the main building on the park is run down and looks as if it's about to collapse. Hopefully they tear it down and build something nice in its place, or perhaps more outdoor area to picnic. Within the park there is also paid access to a battleship and submarine exhibit. There is also paid entry into Seawolf park with a discount for Seniors.
  • Very good deal. Prices are Great and there is a lot f history to look at. A little off the beating path but worth the visit
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