The Naval Undersea Museum located in Keyport, Washington is great for kids and adults!
Some of the exhibits at the museum are:
The Ocean Environment
Using hands-on activities, visitors learn about the physical properties of the ocean such as buoyancy, pressure, density, heat transfer, light, sound, salinity, and oxygen.
This exhibit includes the Howell torpedo manufactured in 1890. Visitors will see one of the few Whitehead torpedoes on display in the United States and U.S. torpedoes from the Second World War.
Mine Warfare Technology
This exhibit traces the history of mine warfare from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War with a Confederate mine captured at the 1864 Battle of Mobile Bay.
The museum collects all types of Navy helmet and free diving equipment as well as civilian equipment which relates to Navy use or development. Included in the collection are helmets and dive suits, aqua lungs and SCUBA gear, rebreathers, fins, and related equipment.
Outdoor exhibits at the museum include submersibles and portions of submarines.
The museum has the largest collection of artifacts in the United States related to naval undersea history, science, and operations.