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Just walking on board the navy ships they have tied up brought back so many memories from my time in the navy. Right off the bat, a ship SMELLS like a ship. It took me right back to being a young 18 yr old on...More
I received a membership to the museum when I moved to Buffalo- it was wonderful to be able to go a few different times in order to really go through all the ships/submarine. I highly recommend for families with kids over 5. You get to...More
My husband and I were really impressed by the Buffalo & Erie Navel and Military Park. Unless you experience the self guided tour of the ship and submarine you really have no clue about what it was like to set sail on these vessels. You...More
The navel and military park is dominated by the The Sullivans destroyer and the Little Rock missile cruiser together with a conventional submarine. The land covers some historic naval aviation together with land and sea weapons not be be expected so far in-land the U.S.A....More
We stopped here to visit, but due to the pouring rain and cold breeze, it limited our visit. If we had time it would have been a great chance to visit each of the ships and submarine. There are multiple examples of each branch of...More
The naval ship tours are the main attraction here -- cruiser, destroyer, and small submarine. The museum building is small but interesting for those interested in WWII military history, and the outdoor displays of land military equipment are also very good, though it is not...More
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When first driving to the park, off on your right there will be a few paid parking lots. I believe it was $5. The distance from the parking lot to the naval park isn't that far. From the parking lot you might even be able to... More
When first driving to the park, off on your right there will be a few paid parking lots. I believe it was $5. The distance from the parking lot to the naval park isn't that far. From the parking lot you might even be able to see the USS Sullivan.