The Submarine Museum has always been right down the street but I never went there since my father was on submarines for 30 years and I have been on quite a few for dinners. But, I did go after my father passed away just to go back in time a bit. It is free, that was the best thing. Then I went down on the sub and it brought back so many memories. It is not a guided tour, but the do have handsets you can use for the tour. There were a lot of interesting things to see and it will give you an idea of how so many sailors live in very tight quarters under water for six months. You have a better understanding of what our submarine sailors go through for our freedom. If you have the time It is worth it to stop and go through and also check out some interesting things in the museum. Oh, and this would be impossible to go through if you are in a wheelchair or have trouble walking. No handicap facilities on the submarine. You could visit the museum part though.
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