1. Jeff Richards

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    This submarine was a pivot point in history. The self tour is so humbling – early 1950’s technology and signs of hand-building that nonetheless, as the first nuclear submarine, forever changed the concept of submarines and their capabilities.

  2. Scott Wheeler

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    Great tour of sub and very nice museum with many interesting items. Its a tight squeeze on the sub so be prepared.

  3. John Doggett

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    Took the family there.. It was amazing.. Deff worth the stop.. the kids (2-4-9-10) loved it!

  4. Sally Tadmor

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    very interesting place. it is free, and you can go into the Nautilus. there is a room with old machines taken out of submarines, and young kids (3,6) had a great time pressing on all the buttons.

  5. Russ Jd

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    Gone the way of the F-14 / P-51 / USS Arizona / (Just to name a few of the many and mighty)Defender of the USA.The Nautilus sits proudly at her final resting perch for all the world to see, mostly to help children understand the importance of defending this nation and as a warning to all who may plan harm to this great country.