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This museum tell the story of the Navy Sea Bees from their formation during WWII to the present. The exhibits are interesting and give a good explanation of the importance of their work. Give yourself at least two hours to go through the place. It helps to have a navy veteran with you when you try to enter the base.
FREE ! Most places would charge for a museum of this caliber. The building is new and the are still in the process of putting together some permanent exhibits, but what they have so for is impressive. We never really think about how the airstrip appeared in the middle east, or who built the South Pole Scientific station. After seeing... 更多
History of the Seebee starting with naval construction in the 1700s to the formation of the Seebee force during WWII and on. Familiar with Pacific exploits but did not understand their role in Europe. Very interesting with a better understanding of what has been accomplished since WWII. Worth your time. Before entering main base , turn right past pass building... 更多
Outstanding collection of Seabee/Navy memorabilia. You get a real sense of the hardships and the celebrations of gone by eras. Real equipment, autos/trucks, history, souvenirs. Takes you back to how things were done, how things were built, and how the men and women of the Navy lived in past times.Touches your heart. Very interesting, a must see. Supported by the... 更多
My wife and I spent about two hours at this museum. The current exhibits tell the story of the Seabees with more exhibits in production. Very good history of their work in WWII. The video was from the 40s and, unfortunately, was very grainy and difficult to understand the audio. Many weapons are displayed from various time periods. There were... 更多
The Seabee museum was a surprising find during my one-night business trip to Oxnard. The museum is simple but interesting. Visit and you'll learn something about a part of the US Navy that most people don't think much about. The museum is easy to access with its own private parking lot. The museum is not inside the base, so anyone... 更多
Even though I served in the Navy, assigned to a USMC infantry battalion in combat, my kids don't seem to get that the Navy does more than ships on the sea. This museum helped them see the sand sailors--and everything else the Seabees do. They loved the STEM exhibit, which is hands on.
My husband and I have been wanting to visit this museum for a couple of years. Every time we go past it, the gate is never open. We finally stopped one day and asked when it opens and the man at the gate told us that an old guy opens it whenever he feels like it. We envisioned an old... 更多