USS Razorback Submarine
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|O V E R V I E W|
|Facility:||USS Razorback Submarine|
|Description:||Centered around the submarine USS Razorback (SS 394) and soon to feature the historic tug USS Hoga (YT 146), AIMM is more than just a military museum. They have a research library, a theather, and a large museum area.
They also feature the "Beacon of Peace and Hope" on the grounds and we regularly feature displays and programs on the impact of maritime trade, the inland waterways system, the Arkansas River, and even Arkasas aquaculture.
USS Razorback submarine tour
You will be using the same hatches and ladders that the crew used when Razorback was an active duty submarine. You need to be able to climb DOWN a 10-foot vertical ladder to enter the submarine. You need to be able to climb UP a 14-foot ladder to exit the submarine. Children under the age of 5 are not recommended aboard Razorback. You should not be claustrophobic (afraid of small spaces). Women should not wear skirts or high-heel shoes. Flip-flops are also not recommended.
|A D D R E S S|
|Address 1:||Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum|
|Address 2:||120 Riverfront Park Drive|
|V I S I T I N G I N F O|
|Hours:||Visit website, hours change during summer, winter, and holidays.|
|Admission:||$ 6.00 Adults; $ 4.00 Children; $4.00 Seniors/Military;|
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