Historic Ship Nautilus & Submarine Force Museum

category : Museums
Board the world's first nuclear-powered submarine. Museum recounts history of the U.S. Submarine Force. Working periscopes, mini-subs, mini-theaters. Gift shop, picnic area.

Admission: Free.
Hours: May 15-Oct. 31; Wed.-Mon. 9-5, Tue. 1-5. Nov. 1-May 14; Wed.-Mon. 9-4. Closed Jan. 1, Thanksgiving, Dec. 25, first full week of May, last full week of
Address: 1 Crystal Lake Rd.
I-95 Ex. 86
Phone: (800) 343-0079, (860

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