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I had been here several years ago and was pleased to see that they continue to update and change displays and information. It is a relatively small museum but well worth a visit. It is free to enter and you will certainly be glad that...More
The Navy Memorial and Heritage Museum is the place to learn about all things Navy. It’s a great tribute to the Navy past, present and future. Interactive displays, videos, books, a theater and more. As we say in the Navy, “Well Done!”
We probably wouldn't have stopped here except this was the meeting place for our tour pick up. Since we were a little early, we walked around the plaza. I just loved the reliefs of historical naval events. So glad we happened upon this treasure!
This memorial is worth a few minutes of your time: there are dozens of bronze reliefs implanted in the cement which surrounds the fountain and its waters. These reliefs document the role of the Navy and Marines during the many wars this country has been...More
The Navy memorial entrance is on the bottom floor of one of the tall building. It’s hidden so there is no line and once your in you can walk the whole thing in 20 minutes. It’s not to big which is great when your feet...More
This plaza is dedicated to all services who
spent their time on the water- both past and present .
The lone seaman statue sits toward the back of the plaza with bronze plaques around the periphery denoting famous moments in seafare history.
Definitely worth a...More