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Seabee Museum & Memorial Park, North Kingstown
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Interesting to learn about the Sea Bees (my uncle was one in WWII)... and you have to love the statue of the sea-bee that welcomes you to the area. Unique branch of the service, to be honored. Fun to ... read more »
My husband was born in Newport so we decided to visit Rhode Island to see where he was born. My late father-in-law was a Seabee so my husband and I were both interested in seeing this. It was closed o... read more »
An amazing tribute and it's even better that it is all volunteer founded, funded and created. A rare find! If you have an interest in US History, you know a veteran or are a veteran or active duty, yo... read more »
Don Modesto De La Hoyuela
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.
I thought it was very cool
totaly worth going
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.
The museum was being renovated.
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