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USS Albacore Museum

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USS Albacore Museum

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600 Market St, Portsmouth, NH 03801-3361
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Wonderful snapshot of history and the US military specifically the Navy. The guide in the gift shop was wonderful, the movie was very informational and going inside the submarine was really interesting. If you "geek out" over history like I do this is a must. PS not for the
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This is a great look into an experimental submarine. You can walk through most of it and see the living quarters, mess hall, storage, and deck. It is very hands on with audio recordings throughout to summarize each area. I came on a weekday and there was no line but i would
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This looked very interesting from the outside, but it was closed on Saturday, December 28 even though their posted hours indicate they were open through the end of December. A lot of visitors were walking around outside when we were there. Portsmouth was hopping this past
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I finally was able to visit a sub, albeit on land but a real sub nonetheless. Expect to spend between 30 minutes to an hour. On this day it was cold outside so inside was also very cold. What was nice is to be able to walk all the passage ways, see where teh crew and skipper
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The information is very clear and the automatic guide boxes allow you to understand what you are looking at. Normally big equipment like this makes me nervous but, I was so happy to find a fellow inside the sub to answer questions and explain the Albacore 's mission and purpose.
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