Seabee Museum & Memorial Park, North Kingstown

(4.4/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • this was a group of guys who could build,fight, and do it under the worst conditions anywhere.Jungles,mountains,desserts, you name it and they could do the things no one could even thing of being done...  more »
  • Having served as a Seabee I had to stop by while in the area. Unfortunately it was a Thursday and museum was closed. However I was still able to walk around and look at the Quonset huts, memorials and...  more »
  • This is a very small museum trying to get established. Should be very interesting to Seabees or those that remember Quonset Point in its hayday. No complaining, the museum is free. Rhode Islanders sho...  more »
  • I spent a lot of time hanging out with Seabees when I was active duty Navy. Nice to learn the history behind the name.
  • It was interested in the history of what my grandfather went through when he was a Seabee. Especially since Quansett, RI was where the Seabees started. It was so awesome that this museum is built and staffed by ex Seabees, all volunteers. It's always growing and is a must see.
  • We loved our visit to the museum a few years ago -- I took my Dad who was in the Seabees in 1944. I just took him again for another visit on Thursday August 7, 2014 and the website said it was open but when we got there it was closed - a small note on the door said (open Wed, Frid, Sat). unfortunately we couldn't make a return trip. I strongly recommend that the website should be updated to reflect when the store/museum is open. There are so many people that stop by that miss out on a great look back at history. Another gentleman stopped by who was one of the architects to the Seabee statue and he mentioned the same thing --- was disappointed the museum has been closed everytime he has stopped by. We hope to stop again next year when it is open. Thank you.
  • I thought it was very cool
  • totaly worth going