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Naval Undersea Museum

Suzanne Clark NMLS# 1717517 is one of our most adventurous Loan Officers around! She loves to venture out in Washington State for as many family adventures as possible, especially one’s that are budget friendly.  “There are lots of rainy Saturdays here in Washington, so each month, I’ll be back to give you some ideas for amazing day trips” she says. 

One of her favorite recommendations is to “pack up the family, hop in the car and head to the quaint town of Keyport! This fun little town is just 25 minutes north of Bremerton. Here you will find a hidden gem, The United States Naval Undersea Museum.” The museum features tons of parking and admission is free of charge.  The museum is open for Active Duty Service Members, National Guard, Coast Guard, Veterans and their families but is also open to the public.

Navy vehicles under the sea

While visiting the museum,  you will learn about how the Navy’s highly-trained dolphins and sea lions carry out missions all over the world.  You will also learn about the USS Thresher submarine, torpedo technology, mine warfare and the United States Navy and their strategic deterrence program. The museum building provides visitors with 18,000 square feet of exhibitions, a children’s play area, and a museum store.

Heather Bruckelmyer, museum enthusiast, suggests “don’t come on a Tuesday they’re closed !  Other than that while you’re out that way hit up Poulsbo and tour their little town so many little shops and they even have a sea discovery center with a touch tank!”

After the museum, be sure to make your way to one of the many restaurants in Keyport to enjoy lunch. Click here to view Trip Advisors top five recommendations.  

If you make a trip out to this fun location, be sure to take photos and tag us on Instagram at @VATheFairway and use #VATheFairway. We want to follow along your exciting adventures. 

Images Courtesy of the Naval Undersea Museum.

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