Seawolf Park

This museum and park is a memorial to USS Seawolf (SS-197), a United States Navy submarine mistakenly sunk by friendly fire in 1944.

Seawolf Park contains two museumships which served in the Second World War:
The USS Cavalla (SS-244), a Gato-class submarine. She sank the Japanese aircraft carrier Shōkaku.
The USS Stewart (DE-238), an Edsall-class escort-destroyer. She is one of the two preserved escort-destroyers from the Second World War.

The museum also contains the conning tower of the USS Carp (SS-338), which also served during the Second World War.

For current visiting hours, please visit the website of the museum.

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