Discover St Marys Georgia Submarine Museum - Since its inception in the late 1800s, the submarine force has had a profound effect on America's war effort. Stay and Play in GA!
The Confederate Navy sunk the USS Housatonic off of Charleston, SC during the Civil War. The Confederate Submarine was raised recently and is now being restored in Charleston, SC. During WWII American submarines sank over 50% the of enemy ships, despite the fact that they were manned by less than 2% of our sailors. They paid the price for our freedom today.
And today's sub fleet is widely considered the most cost effective leg of our strategic defense system. 4,100+ American submariners, and some riders, have paid the supreme price for our freedom today.
Located in historic downtown St Marys Georgia, the museum is a great place to learn about the "Silent Service". A wide variety of Submarine artifacts, memorabilia and information are available for viewing, and you can checkout the beautiful St Marys waterfront thru a real periscope. We are a non-profit organization.
The museum is located in a city owned building, built back in 1911, and is designated as a Historical Building, which is a nice place to show off history.
Call for admission fees.
Operating Hours & Seasons
Tuesday through Saturday at 10 am to 4 pm and Sunday at 1 to 4 pm - Closed Monday, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day & Christmas-New Years period.
Contact and Address Info
Phone: 912-882-ASUB (2782) - Address: 102 St. Marys Street West, Saint Marys Georgia 31558-4945