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The U.S.S. Razorback is very well kept and a great submarine to tour. You have to enter and exit through vertical ladders, so a little mobility to accomplish that is required. The entrance fee is very reasonable and includes a knowledgeable tour guide to explain...More
Our tour guide was John, and he was amazing. He knew all of the facts and answered all of our questions thoroughly. He even involved us in the tour. My husband wore our baby daughter in a wrap for the whole tour, and John didn’t...More
We stopped in Little Rock on a trip further east. While the museum is limited it is still quite enjoyable. The information on the history of the Arkansas River navigation was interesting. The submarine tour was with few people due to the small space in...More
Sure, there are several places you can go to and tour a World War II submarine, but do you know of any that will let you spend the night? The Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum allows groups of up to 10 spend the night on the...More
The Service members who purchased this Boat back from Turkey where the US had sold it after it was dry docked, raised the money with the help from many Service men who at one point in their lives served on this SUB. It is in...More
A bit expensive for a submarine tour
Arkansas inland maritime museum is situated on the other side of the river over the Junction bridge.
$7.50 entry fee for a guided tour or the very small uss Hogan sub 146 and submarine SS Razorback SS 339....More
The museum held a ticketed event for the Independence Day fireworks show over the river. Wow! The staff did a wonderful job of making everyone feel welcome. Food and drinks were offered for purchase with plenty of shaded and cooled seating.
The view from the...More
Allow about 2 hours to see the museum and take the excellent tour of the sub. People with handicapped should pass on the tour. Low hatches, high steps and ladders require some dexterity.
Guides are informative and dramatic. Parking is free and ample.