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United States Naval Shipbuilding Museum

739 Washington St, Quincy, MA 02169-7330
+1 617-479-7900
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a very interesting real life museum ship

you can look all through this very large ship and see how the crew lived.many museum displays... read more

Reviewed 13 July 2017
bill f
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Quincy, Massachusetts
Worth the stop off

Very friendly staff who I believe are volunteers. Good peace of history and worth reading the... read more

Reviewed 15 June 2017
rossco6687
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Phuket
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13 Jul 2017
“a very interesting real life museum ship”
15 Jun 2017
“Worth the stop off”
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739 Washington St, Quincy, MA 02169-7330
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+1 617-479-7900
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Reviewed July 13, 2017

you can look all through this very large ship and see how the crew lived.many museum displays inside the ship and a chance to see places where most people are never allowed access to. if you have any interest in ships or the navy you...More

Thank bill f
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Reviewed June 15, 2017

Very friendly staff who I believe are volunteers. Good peace of history and worth reading the little paragraphs of history located around the boat.

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Reviewed August 14, 2013

An excellent example of ship building in the United States in front of excellent example of a Shipyard now in ruins. This is a very well kept piece of navel history. Very easy self guided tour of the ship. When is class of cruiser was...More

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Reviewed June 20, 2013

Very worthwhile attraction to visit, especially for naval history buffs. You have access to a reasonable percentage of the ship and guns. If you've been to the USS New Jersey in Camden, NJ, the USS Salem is like a smaller version of that (gross oversimplification...More

5  Thank Michael M
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Reviewed May 19, 2012

We were given a personal guided tour of the ship by a former sailor on the USS Newport News, a sister ship to the Salem. This guy knew what he was talking about. We literally got take from stern to bow and learnt so much....More

6  Thank macavity22
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Reviewed July 27, 2011

This was a hidden gem. You can tour the entire ship (USS Salem). It is easy to do a self-tour (lots of information) or does offer a guided tour. There is a memorial inside the museum (inside the ship) for WW II ships and sailors...More

6  Thank michmom82
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