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Naval Undersea Museum

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Naval Undersea Museum
1103 Hunley Road
Silverdale, WA 98315


The Naval Undersea Museum combines naval history, undersea technology, and marine science to create an exciting and educational experience for visitors. The modern building offers visitors the largest collection of naval undersea artifacts in the United States.

Major exhibits interpret the Ocean Environment, Torpedo and Mine Warfare Technology, and U.S. Submarines in WWII. Significant artifacts include all major U.S. torpedoes from the 1890s to the present, a Confederate mine from the Civil War, and a recreation of the control room of the submarine USS Greenling.

Outdoor exhibits include the deep submergence vehicle Trieste II and the sail from the submarine USS Sturgeon. The exhibits incorporate numerous video, audio, and hands-on, interactive displays to enhance a visitor's experience. The museum is nationally accredited by the American Association of Museums.

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June - Sept.: Mon - Sun, 10am - 4pm
Oct. - May, Wed - Mon, 10am - 4pm


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