This is a decommissioned U.S. submarine during World War II. It sank six Japanese ships and severely damaged four Japanese ships. There is an exhibition hall beside it, which shows some stories about the submarine, torpedoes and so on. Behind it is also a decommissioned warship, which has participated in Normandy landing.
You can't see and feel the environment of the Second World War submarines every day. This is a unique opportunity. All the staff are volunteers. Many people did not return from their tasks (a young family member is one of them). Visiting the Papanido Submarine Museum in the United States will allow one to stop and reflect. There are commentators on board to answer any questions. If you have a mobile problem, you may not want to see it. If you can twist, bend and climb stairs, you should be all right.
The USSPampanito submarine, built in 1943, participated in the war against Japan in the Pacific battlefield during World War II. It sank six submarines and wounded four Japanese ships. It is now docked at the Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco and is open to tourists.
Landscape Holy Land, the passenger flow is like tide, the sky is blue, the sea water is flooding.
San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf No. 45 berthed a submarine during World War II, USS Pampanito, serving in 1943-1945, and six trans-Pacific missions to Japan, the Philippines, Australia and offshore China. During this period, six Japanese vessels were sunk and four were injured. If it's a military fan, you can go and see it. The experience of staying overnight on a submarine and the flag-raising ceremony in the morning are also provided.
Participated in World War II Pacific Battlefield Operations Against Japan, Open to the World
The first time I boarded a real submarine, the space was very tight.
This is a decommissioned submarine anchored in San Francisco. This submarine was successful in World War II and now serves as a scenic spot for tourists. Entering the inside of the submarine still feels mysterious, and admires the submarine soldier's life and work in such an environment all the year round. Most interestingly, the submarine can also let the yacht spend the night on the boat, experience the life of a submarine soldier.