Overview of Us Naval Academy Museum
This article refers Us Naval Academy Museum in Annapolis, United States. Although listed here, Us Naval Academy Museum is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Annapolis.
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GREAT museum! Make sure You go upstairs to their wooden ship museum, it's one of the best collections I've ever seen! AND Whatever You Do, DO NOT miss visiting John Paul Jones' Tomb in the crypt beneath the Naval Academy Chapel! When they built the Chapel, they didnt know where Jones' body was, but they built the crypt anticipating that one day they WOULD find him! The story of the discovery of his final resting place (in Paris) is incredible! MAKE SURE NOT TO MISS IT!
Great place with lots of history behind it. The little theater was interesting but the ships on the 2nd floor were amazing! The church next door was awesome too.
The USNA is the home of the future COs of the USN.
One of the best Museums I have ever been to. Wonderful artifacts, wonderful history and information. Very few people visit and its FREE! It's the best kept secret for museums, I'm surprised there isn't more people visiting this place.
This should be on every American's bucket list. You can see lots of artifacts from our Naval heroes. The museum is organized on a timeline so that one can walk through history. I was rather impressed at seeing a folding knife that John Paul Jones use to carry around. It looked more like a folding sword to me. I kind of think John Paul Jones was what people call today, "A little crazy".