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St. Marys Submarine Museum, St. Marys

(3.8/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The periscope was fun, the video educational. The history of the development of submarines was very good. If there's a submarine sailor in your group, the photos probably would be more meaningful. 
  • A great collection for Submarine memorabilia with excellent displays of artifacts and a file of virtually all of the war patrol reports from all of the Submarines of World War II. A short drive from I...  more »
  • Well....someone did and .it is an interesting & bizarre assortment of any & everything to do w/ subs--and fitting as close to King's Bay as it is. Lots of memorabilia of submarines including a history...  more »
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  • I was one of the original group of Submariners (Plank Owners) that volunteered to help build this GREAT Museum!!! If you want to learn about the history of the Submarine Force and how they helped to shape our country, this is the place to visit. Make sure you go upstairs and search through the archives, you will be astounded at the wealth of knowledge collected and donated over the past 20 years. This is the only building ever commissioned and authorized to fly the commissioning pennant. It also has a functioning periscope.
  • Excellent lots of history great movie on a sub going into dry dock
  • This place is a must visit for anyone driving down I-95 who has an interest in World War II history, the Navy or has any background in submarines. They have huge intricate models of every submarine ever built, a hands on working authentic periscope that kids and grown ups love, and lots to look at. Every significant moment on submarine history has a dedicated well designed display with authentic artifacts. Those with an interest in this topic will have an easy time keeping kids interested in learning because there's so many interesting things to see.
  • Worth your time! Very educational
  • This may not be the fanciest museum I have ever gone to, but it still made me appreciate how our submariners live, the contribution they have given to our country, and the history of the Silent Service. My favorite display, the "Dolphin pins" from all over the world.