Telephone: +1 206 532 8611
Museum ship: Lady Washington, brig. The Lady Washington is a reconstruction of the first American ship to explore the Pacific Northwest.
A working shipyard is part of the museum.
Located one block from the Navy yard. Has photographs of the shipyard over the years. There is a large model of an aircraft carrier with frames and plate of clear plastic and what may be the oldest existing gun - a wooden device from China. USS Turner Joy is [in]famous for the Tonkin Gulf incident. Tours are given of the naval graveyard, including BB Missouri, carriers, submarines, both nuclear and conventional, crusiers and other types.
Telephone: +1 206 382 2628
Boatbuilding shop, boat livery, display of many small boats.
Telephone: +1 206 217 6993
The museum holds a collection of ship and boat models and uniforms of the U.S. Coast Guard. There are two high-endurance cutters and two icebreakers which dock there and which are part of the tour.
Telephone: +1 206 324 1126
Part of the Museum of History and Science.
Telephone: +1 360 268 0078
Telefax: +1 360 2268 1990
Opening hours: June-August, daily 10:00-16:00; September-May, Wednesday-Sunday 12:00-16:00.
A former US Coast Guard Lifeboat Station. The exhibits feature the history of life-saving and lighthouse service in the United States.
Updated 1998-07-20 by Lars Bruzelius
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