The St. Marys Submarine Museum is located in historic St. Marys, Georgia. It is the largest museum of its kind in the south, and the fifth largest in the country with nearly 5,000 square feet of space “jam-packed” with exhibits and displays on two floors. The museum is a great place to learn about the “silent service”. We are dedicated to educating, preserving and sharing the rich history and legacy of the submarine force and all the men and women who have served and are currently serving our nation.
More than 99% of all WW II submarine combat war patrol reports are housed here, and files on nearly every submarine the United States has or has had in service as part of the collection. This is where history comes alive with a wide variety of pictures, paintings, models, artifacts and rare historical documents, some of which have not been made available to the general public.
While you are visiting the museum, and taking in the voluminous amount of exhibits, you can operate a real submarine Type 2 periscope to view the beautiful St. Mary’s waterfront and beyond.
Please visit us and be sure to visit our gift shop for submarine memorabilia, shirts, books, and other souvenirs commemorating your visit.
St. Marys Submarine Museum charges the following admission fees:
- Museum Members: FREE
- Children (6 to 12 years): $3.00
- Students (13 through College): $4.00
- Active Duty/Retired/Reserve Members of the Military: $4.00
- Adults (19 through 61): $5.00
- Senior Adults (62 and over): $4.00