Have visited the mariners museum several times over the years. the exhibits of mini subs from WW II to viking ships. Numerous exhibits for the entire family and new Monitor exhibit is great
This is a really terrific experience. It is part of the Mariners Museum, and a single entry fee gets you access to both. See my review of the Mariners Museum for more details.
I'm a history buff and especially Civil War and this place is a "must see" for even the novice. Delve into the Monitor, see the very accurate duplicate bridge as it was when re-discovered - skeletons included. Then, go around the corner, climb the steps, and peer onto the actual, recovered turret of the vessel. I was enthralled from the... 更多
It was so special to be visiting this on Memorial Day weekend. To remember those that gave their lives for this country and to learn so much more of the history than I already knew was very moving. I look forward to returning on a weekday so that I can observe the folks working to preserve this great treasure.
This portion of the museum could take a full day to fully appreciate the history portrayed in the Mariner' Museum. Thus we ran out of time. There is just a whole lot to see.
For those who know about ironclads, heard about them or don't know anything about them, this is the place to visit. The videos, the exhibits, the replicas and re-enactments introduce one to fascinating piece of history. A must see
This is wonderful. Anyone interested in underwater archeology, the Civil War, ships, maritime history, this place hits it all. Really a piece of history not to miss.