The ship itself is a floating museum in itself, which you can tour at your own pace. Follow the signs and go below decks into the engine room, the aft steering compartment, and past the giant boilers. Above deck you go to the stern and see the crews quarters and galley and mess room. Go forward and see the officers quarters (notice the difference?) the captains quarters and the pilothouse. Inside of the cargo holds are the bulk of the exhibits, too many to name, but all interesting and well laid out. Of note are the battered lifeboats from the Edmund Fitzgerald, a humble reminder of that terrible November night. The gift shop is next door
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