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Museum Ship Valley Camp

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Pacdog wrote a review Mar. 2021
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania109 contributions59 helpful votes
Just a a courtesy, I wanted people to know that this museum is only open during the summer months, please check their website for dates and hours.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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BrandyL wrote a review Nov. 2020
Angola, Indiana15 contributions
Informative and exciting. The ship has lots of history on board. The staff was very helpful. This is great for every age person! This is a must see place! I went when I was younger and then again now that I am 22 years old, and still love it.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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hargeshe wrote a review Oct. 2020
Ann Arbor, Michigan30 contributions11 helpful votes
This is an interesting place that provides a good understanding of this city - the importance of ships and how it all came to be. It covers a variety of items from life aboard ships to how they work and shipwreck events including the Edmund Fitzgerald.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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midlandmike2015 wrote a review Sep. 2020
Midland, Michigan6 contributions1 helpful vote
We really enjoyed the self guided tour and history of the ship and waters she plied. The articats displayed were very impressive.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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tedwards wrote a review Sep. 2020
USA259 contributions41 helpful votes
I was very pleasantly surprised at how well done the exhibits are on the ship. My primary purpose for visiting was to see the lifeboats from the Edmund Fitzgerald, which really were fascinating. But it took me a long time to get there, because so many exhibits and other areas were also worth a stop! The hold of the ship is particularly fascinating. It's enormous, and the floor is so pockmarked from all the taconite pellets it's hauled, that you have to be a little careful not to trip. And as massive as that space is, it's very small compared to the holds of the freighters sailing today. It gives you an appreciation like nothing else can of how much those big ships can carry, and the artwork in this area is a nice use of the space. Highly recommend making this a "must-see" stop during your visit to Sault Ste. Marie!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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