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Bremerton, Washington: USS Turner Joy: Infamous Destroyer

The Pentagon claimed that the Turner Joy was attacked in the Gulf of Tonkin, leading to the bloodiest years of the Vietnam War. Since 1982 it's been open as an attraction; visitors are free to roam it at will.

USS Turner Joy Museum Ship

300 Washington Beach Ave, Bremerton, WA
Washington Ave. at Burwell St.
Daily 10-5 (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Adults $16.
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USS Turner Joy - Tour a Destroyer

Self guided tours of the ship during hours of operation. Retired veterans are present to answer any questions. They also turn it into a haunted house for Halloween.

[Christine, 09/27/2017]

Nearby Offbeat Places

Ghost Fleet of Navy ShipsGhost Fleet of Navy Ships, Bremerton, WA - 2 mi.
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Naval Undersea MuseumNaval Undersea Museum, Keyport, WA - 9 mi.
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Big Japanese Robot, Seattle, WA - 13 mi.

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