Check out our live camera view of the Muskegon Channel from the USS Silversides Submarine Museum!
Tour the historic Gato class (built for the US Navy launched between 1941–1943) submarine. During her service, she received 12 battle stars and was awarded a Presidential Unit Citation for cumulative action over four patrols. She is credited with sinking 23 ships – the third-most of any allied World War II submarine! According to JANAC (Joint Army-Navy Assessment Committee) the USS Silversides has the most prolific combat record of any still extant American Submarine.
In her retirement, the Silversides found a home in Muskegon, where she is part of the USS Silverside Museum. Docked in the Muskegon channel, she floats behind the US Coast Guard Cutter McLane, also available to tour. A two story museum center, filled with historic naval and interactive exhibits, completes the setting.
Sleep overnight on the submarine! Groups are invited to spend a night aboard one of the USS Silversides Submarine Museum’s historic vessels and make history come alive.
Download a coloring page of the USS Silversides here https://bit.ly/ActivityPageVM