Visitors can go in USS Cavalla and USS Stewart learn how the brave Sailors lived and fought during the WWII and the cold war
About This Deal
The ships are closed until August 29, 2020
- Senior tickets valid for visitors ages 65+; child tickets valid for visitors ages 5–11
- Free admission for children under 5 and active military with valid ID
- Parking fees not included
About Galveston Naval Museum
Galveston Naval Museum welcomes all who are willing to immerse themselves in the nation's heritage. It offers a chance to explore historic World War II vessels and learn how the sailors used to live and fight there when they were patrolling underwater in the Pacific and protecting allied forces in the North Atlantic. Guests can explore inside the USS Cavalla (SS-244), a Gato-class submarine that sank the Japanese aircraft carrier involved in the Pearl Harbor attack, or on USS Stewart (DE-238) which is the only remaining Edsall-Class Destroyer Escort in the United States. They may choose to do it with one of the tour guides or alone during a self-guided tour.