Muskegon, Michigan: WWII Submarine Silversides

America's "most famous surviving submarine," it sank 23 Japanese ships during World War II. It's been here since 1987.

Great Lakes Naval Memorial and Museum

Address:
3480 Fulton Ave., Muskegon, MI
Directions:
Part of the Great Lakes Naval Memorial and Museum. On the south shore of the channel that connects Muskegon Lake to Lake Michigan.
Phone:
231-755-1230
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WWII Submarine named Silversides

WWll Submarine named Silversides. Something to see if you're a real sub fan. Sometimes they let children (Boy Scouts, Brownies...) spend the night. It's on the shore of Lake Michigan about 30 or 40 miles from Holland, Michigan.

[Michael Hooper, 05/23/1997]

America's "most famous surviving submarine" sank 23 Japanese ships during World War II.

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