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We went to the Valley Camp last year, my son was 6 at the time and it started an obsession with the Edmund Fitzgerald that brought us back here. It is a very cool museum, its fun to go to the deck and see the...更多
The Valley Camp is a great little introduction into bulk freighters and how the shipping industry operates and also of its origins. Its very informative, easy to navigate and understand and it also provides guests a personal and up-close way to see and understand what...更多
Our cruise ship docked next to the Valley Camp Ship Museum. It is a huge freighter that now contains many artifacts and tales of history of the ships that have plied the waters of the Great Lakes. You can stroll inside as well as on...更多
We spent a lot more time here than anticipated. Unlike some museums, this place has a huge collection of artifacts and visual aids. Save time to visit the top deck, where you will appreciate the size of this museum/freighter. I particularly enjoyed viewing the crew's...更多
This museum is pretty neat. You get to explore the inside of a freighter, see the engine room, the crews rooms, and many other things as well as pieces of maritime history such as a life boat from the Edmund Fitzgerald and such. It is...更多
This museum-in-a-ship is huge. You are able to see parts of engine room, crew quarters, and cargo bay. There are also large areas of displays about Great Lakes ships and shipwrecks. Information is good - signage is very basic and difficult to read, either due...更多
Allot of shipping history on board. Nice aquariums on board with local lake fish. What enjoyed the most was the 1 hour film on the Edmund Fitzgerald shipwreck. along with one of the surviving lifeboats.