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WELCOME TO THE NAVAL UNDERSEA MUSEUM

As an official U.S. Navy Museum our mission is to preserve, collect and interpret Naval undersea history, science and operations for the benefit of the U.S. Navy and the people of the United States.

NOTICES

HOURS of OPERATION

Open daily 10am-4pm.
Closed Tuesdays October through April

Closed New Year's Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day

Admission and parking are FREE!




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Physical Address:
Naval Undersea Museum
1 Garnett Way
Keyport, WA 98345

Phone: 360-396-4148

Mailing Address:
Naval Undersea Museum
Navy Region Northwest
1103 Hunley Road
Silverdale, WA 98315

NAVAL UNDERSEA MUSEUM HIGHLIGHTS
 
Submarine with Ballistic Missile Tubes Preserving Peace: The Navy's Strategic Deterrence Program
Opening August 19
Since 1960, ballistic missile submarines have patrolled the world's oceans with nuclear missiles, deterring nuclear war by their very presence. Dive into the storied history of the Navy's strategic deterrence program and discover how this force for peace came to be.
Submarine Rescue Diver Saving Submariners: Submarine Rescue and Escape
Opening August 19
Learn how the Navy saves the survivors of a submarine accident in our new exhibit that looks at the history of submarine rescue and escape from 1900 through today.
NEDU NEDU:
Rising to the Challenge

Now Open
Learn how the Navy's Experimental Diving Unit (NEDU) tackles the challenges of working underwater to keep divers safe.
Cover of The Thresher Legacy The Thresher Legacy: A Better, Safer Navy
Now open

Discover how the worst submarine disaster in history - the sinking of USS Thresher in 1963 - changed the Navy for the better.
Photo of the DSRV Mystic DSRV Mystic on Display
Mystic served as the Navy's primary submarine rescue system from 1977 to 2008. In the event of a submarine accident, Mystic or her sister submersible Avalon could be deployed to rescue survivors anywhere in the world.
The Skin They're In: U.S. Navy Diving Suits
Examine the diving suits Navy divers use today from the Arctic water to the combat zones of the Indian Ocean.
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Sue Trukken Women Divers: Part of the Navy Team
Women joined the Navy diving community in 1975. Learn about the challenges and achievements of some of the first female Navy divers in this online version of our popular past museum exhibit.
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