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On display at the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum is the USS Razorback(SS 394) a submarine that saw duty from WWII through Vietnam. The tour is really quite a submarine adventure given the small hatchways and bulkheads that the tour goes through. The docent was very...More
We had 2 hours to kill before a dinner reservation. We found it odd that a submarine was in the river so we took a look. It’s $10 for the tour and well worth it. Our guide was knowledgeable and it was interesting to see...More
WOW--did not think I would be climbing down into a submarine on vacation--but I did and it was awesome! The tour guide for the sub did a great job. The subsequent museum and tour of the USS HOGA (another amazing piece of history) were equally...More
If the title of my review surprised you, well, you're not the only one! But it was worth the 2-hour spent climbing skinny ladders up and down and navigating tiny hallways and bathrooms. We entered thru the rear, via the crew's sleeping quarters and dining...More
We were pleasantly surprised to come across this attraction, plus the USS Razorback submarine. Once you climbed down the ladder the tour guides showed us the entire vessel. Not only was this fun, but educational.
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