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Wonderful history of the ship and many displays to look at, no tour guides.
You go at your own pace and it can be toured in about 3 hours, the ship is very hot, so have some water with you.
Parking is located at the...More
We visited the ship today with a 15 and 4 year old and what a surprise. You walk around at your leisure and while the lower deck was a bit hot it was not unbearable. The cabins are laid out, medical area, galley, messroom among...More
I visited this Museum while visiting family in Tampa. I “dragged” my children along with me as I love history myself, felt it would be good for them to learn something new. My children ranging from 17-7 all had a great time! It was one...More
I was given a personal tour by the ship's Chaplain. He was full of great historical information and I learned some surprising things. I would recommend this for anyone with a penchant for American History. You may be as surprised as I was
Merchant marines supplied the Allies during WWII with Victory ships. This is one of four left and needs our support to keep the museum going. Yes, the exhibits needs work but nice job volunteers keeping this ship ocean worthy.
Free parking on the waters edge...More
This historical ship is steps away from the Florida Aquarium. You are able to take a self-guided tour of this World War II era ship which is full of history It has lots to see from the crew cabins, gun platforms, lifeboat, and helm etc....More