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Buffalo & Erie County Naval and Military Park

1 Naval Park CV, Buffalo, NY 14202-4114
+1 716-847-1773
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A fascinating experience!

A must-visit if you're in Buffalo. This museum consists of two warships and a submarine - all of... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Barbara B
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Basingstoke, United Kingdom
Fascinating, but VERY tight spaces!

Have you ever had the opportunity to go inside a World War 2 submarine? I didn't think so! You... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Elisabeth G
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Buffalo, New York
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1 Naval Park CV, Buffalo, NY 14202-4114
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Reviewed yesterday

A must-visit if you're in Buffalo. This museum consists of two warships and a submarine - all of which you can explore fully. There's a "yellow" ribbon to follow around the ships making it easy to do and ensuring you don't miss anything. Retired seamen...More

Thank Barbara B
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Have you ever had the opportunity to go inside a World War 2 submarine? I didn't think so! You will have the opportunity to do that at the Naval and Military Park. The park's website is a good source of information of what you can...More

2  Thank Elisabeth G
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

This was much more interesting than we expected. We went on all three ships, which includes the submarine. Fascinating! Makes me appreciate the guys work and service during that time. It would have been hell to live there, and especially to fight from those positions....More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

There are two ships and a submarine you can tour. The two ships have a yellow line on the floor you follow on the tour with numbers so you know what you are looking at and in what order to follow. The sub is basicly...More

Thank Btown525
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were visiting Buffalo as a quick stop over from Niagara Falls back to home and this Navy and Military Park was a great way to view life at sea, in a submarine or warship. Our 10 year olds enjoyed walking through and pretending to...More

Thank FinClan
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Visited with my cousin who was visiting from Colorado. We went through the Sullivan and Little Rock. We enjoyed touring the ship and learning the history. It gets hot inside so go early. Also stairs are very steep, so wear appropriate shoes. We had fun!!

Thank Kay V
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I have never been on a navy warship from any war. But as we toured the vessels here at the Naval park I had nothing but respect for the men who served on these ships in wartime (or in peacetime for that matter). The accommodations...More

Thank Joep63
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great area, hard to park, but at the end of the naval park there is a free parking lot, just look for it, only a short walk to the ships. Nicely landscaped, several river cruises depart from this area. Thoroughly enjoyed our time there. Highly...More

Thank DstmNY
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you appreciate big ships, small ones, and respect our hero's and tradition, thos is a great place to visit. I'm looking forward to coming back and touring every inch of the park and the history that they've made available to us.

Thank Matt S
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park is home to three naval vessels: USS Little Rock, a WWII guided missile cruiser; USS The Sullivans, a destroyer named in memory of five brothers who lost their lives during the World War II Battle of...More

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apatriot73
25 November 2017|
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Response from johnkD7768TN | Reviewed this property |
Just take the 190 to downtown and then go to the waterfront.
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pawz19
2 September 2017|
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Response from Rick M | Reviewed this property |
As below: Here are the rates Park Admission Individuals Adult (17+) $12.00 Child (6-16) $6.00 Senior (60+) $8.00 Veterans receive a 10% discount on admission* Active Duty receive FREE admission*
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sloopjonb69
20 August 2017|
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Response from dwdj52 | Reviewed this property |
the tour takes you through the boiler room as well as the engine room...between the three vessels you get to see the entire ships including the submarine USS Croaker...which is very tight inside...watch your head !!!
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