Looking for things I hadn't done yet in Key West, I happened upon the Ingham and was glad I did. For a small admission charge you get to go through the entire ship which has been left in the condition it was in when it was decommissioned in 1988. You see the quarters where the sailors lived, ate, and played. You can look down into the engine room and see the captain's and officers' quarters. A few of the locations had small audio clips which played. One area had numerous photos, outfits, etc. telling the history of the ship which was through so many wars. Throughout you do need to walk up and down the type of ladders you would expect on a ship, so be ready for that. At the end you're back on the top where you can get some great photos.
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