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Surprised and impressed

Like everybody, I was waiting for the ferry and went in to kill time. Unique and very interesting... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Reno, Nevada
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A Great Navy Museum Tour for the whole Family

2 weeks ago, I took my niece and her six year old twins, and my son, to the Puget Sound Navy... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Seabeck, Washington
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Free Admission. Hours of Operation Open Daily: 10:00am - 4:00pm Closed: Tuesdays (October - April) Closed: New Years, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Check out our website or Facebook page for information on upcoming events!
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251 1st St, Bremerton, WA 98337-5612
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Like everybody, I was waiting for the ferry and went in to kill time. Unique and very interesting history of naval shipyards and related activities. Super great exhibit about MLB players in the Armed Forces and what they did. Thought this would be boring but...More

Thank Mayandollar
Reviewed 6 days ago

2 weeks ago, I took my niece and her six year old twins, and my son, to the Puget Sound Navy Museum. It was a terrific, educational experience, with knowledgeable volunteers to guide you. There are so many sections of historic value, and up to...More

Thank habs332015
Reviewed 1 week ago

Self paced, with lots to see, this museum is free to the public, by donation. The docents are decent, and the history is significant. Enjoy! The only warning: there is NO parking here, so you will be reliant on parking down on the streets by...More

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Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

Came in here after researching cheap or free places we could to. This place is free and it was also a nice break from the hot sun. There are two floors to browse around and we enjoyed walking through all the displays and reading all...More

Thank Danilynn B
Reviewed 14 July 2018

This is a great museum explaining the link between the navy and the Bremerton area. There are so many great pieces of history here. There are a lot of hands on displays and great features for kids and families. The care takers were knowledgable and...More

Thank Melissa D
Reviewed 27 June 2018

This small museum is full of great displays. There is a good section about the naval shipyard, and one on PT boats, and others, but my favorite was the aircraft carrier area. There is a spooling video of flight deck activity that is hypnotic. I...More

Thank Robert S
Reviewed 8 June 2018

I love history and I loved seeing the naval history in this museum. The pT boat display was great as well as the info on serving aboard a ship in various rolls. I never realized the colors of shirts on deck represent jobs done to...More

Thank Gayle E
Reviewed 28 May 2018

Small museum, but lots to see and learn. The history of the shipyard, its creation and the trades working there were of great interest. Well worth the hour plus to take it all in. Enjoy!

Thank JamesUKUSA69
Reviewed 25 May 2018

Focused on the naval shipyard next door and naval activity in the Pacific Northwest, this smaller museum is good for those interested in the history of the U.S. Navy in Bremerton and of the ships built and repaired there.

Thank beerwriter
Reviewed 11 May 2018

Souvenir items of the naval personnel and equipment on display to understand the intricacies of ships and submarines operated by the US Navy.

Thank JTMFraginal
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26 April 2017|
Response from PugetSoundNavyMuseum | Property representative |
For both safety and security reasons the Navy does not allow the public on board the USS Kitty Hawk. It is not visible from the Puget Sound Navy Museum, however it can be viewed from the road (Charleston Blvd., about 3 miles... More