AAA Editor Notes
Independence Seaport Museum, on Penn's Landing at 211 S. Columbus Blvd. at jct. Walnut St., depicts the maritime heritage of the Delaware River, Delaware Bay and its tributaries. Visitors can climb aboard the World War II submarine Becuna, a Guppy-1A type submarine that went on missions in the Pacific before being refitted for missions during the Korean and Vietnam Wars, and Olympia, Adm. George Dewey's flagship during the Spanish-American War. Guided behind-the-scenes tours are available. History, science and art exhibits examine the area's waterways. In the Workshop on the Water, boat builders can be seen practicing their craft; models, blueprints and replicas of a variety of small watercraft pay tribute to generations of boat builders and enthusiasts.

Guided tours are available.

Admission
$17; $12 (ages 3-12 and 65+, college students and military with ID). Phone for behind-the-scenes tour rates.
Location
Station: 2nd
Hours
Daily 10-5, Apr.-Dec.; Tues.-Sun. (also Jan. 1, Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Presidents Day) 10-5, rest of year. Extended hours to tour ships are offered in summer; phone ahead. Behind-the-scenes tour first Sat. of the month; reservations are required. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas. Allow 1 hour minimum.
Map
Get Directions
Hotel
Hotel Name
1234 Street Address City, State 00000
AAA Inspector Rating
More Hotels in Philadelphia, PA
Restaurant
AAA Inspector Rating
More Restaurants in Philadelphia, PA