“Step back into time and tour a WWII submarine”
Situated on the south side of the Muskegon Lake Channel near beautiful Lake Michigan, the USS SILVERSIDES Submarine Museum has been the home of the World War II submarine USS Silversides since 1987. In addition to the Silversides, the USS SILVERSIDES Submarine Museum is also home to the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter McLane, a Prohibition-era Coast Guard Cutter that is one of the last of its class in existence. Step back into time and tour a WWII submarine and a Prohibition-Era Coast Guard Cutter. These vessels are currently berthed in Muskegon, Michigan at the Great Lakes Naval Memorial and Museum. They are the USS SILVERSIDES SS-236 and the USCGC McLane W-146. The Great Lakes Naval Memorial and Museum is located on the south side of the channel wall near beautiful Lake Michigan, also features a maritime museum and gift shop. Become an official "Crew Member" for a night, ask about the overnight encampment program. Tours available April - October. Call ahead for off-season tours.
Great trip into history. Don't miss it.
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Great Lakes Naval Memorial & Museum - USS Silversides
- Sun - Sat: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm
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