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My husband and I visited here for the first time while traveling . We expected the museum to be more about the operations of LST but instead it was about combat soldiers and their uniforms. The tank painted on side of the starboard was not...More
This is a very nice and highly recommended attraction.
Its a WWII era ship, so it's not handicapped accessible. You get from area to area by climbing up and down ladders. It's a workout. It's appropriate for people of all ages who can walk, but...More
We were looking for something low key to do and stumbled upon this treasure. Honestly I figured it would be a little boring but I was totally wrong. It was very interesting to tour the ship and read about WWII.
Some may turn your head...More
Our party included two teens (17 boy & 15 girl). Wonderful way to learn about history. Self guided tour includes informative guidebook for each room of the ship. You can tour from the engine room to the top of the ship. Great displays of uniforms,...More
We visited the USS LST 393 this summer. I was traveling with my 4 grand kids and the weather wasn't the greatest so the beach was out of the question. I read about this place on TripAdvisor and decided we would give it a shot....More
I'm not sure why more people don't know about or talk about this great floating museum. The group that operates this has pulled together an impressive array of memorabilia from throughout history. Artifacts range from WWI through the War in Afghanistan. They have sections dedicated...More
LST is putting pictures up of all World War two Veterans there are pictures and what personal jobs they served, very nice job all that are involved. So many names that are friends of our family and my uncles and dad so proud. Just want...More