Monday, May 28, 2018
I have a slightly biased view as a former submariner, however, it pays a good deal of attention to the history of this type of warfare that normally goes unmentioned. One of the opening exhibits pays ommage to the Thresher incident. For kids/learning, they have a portion of the exhibit that goes over a lot of the science behind submarines. There is also a control room, a large variety of torpedoes used over the years, an area for kids to read books and play dress up. The marine mammal exhibit is an interesting look at their use in the Puget Sound that is a very different take from what you get in an aquarium. Very excited for the future NR-1 control room exhibit.