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North Little Rock - Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum

120 Riverfront Park Drive

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The Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum is located in North Shore Riverwalk Park along the north shore of the Arkansas River in North Little Rock, Arkansas. The museum opened on May 31, 2005.

Visitors can experience the sights, sounds, and smells of submarine service when they step aboard the historic submarine USS Razorback (SS-394). Visitors will soon be able to step aboard the historic tugboat USS Hoga (YT-146).

The museum also features exhibits on the following Naval vessels: the submarine USS Razorback (SS-394), the tugboat USS Hoga (YT-146), the battleship USS Arkansas (BB-33), and the missile cruiser USS Arkansas (CGN-41). The museum also holds a collection from the Arkansas River Historical Society featuring the history of the Arkansas River.

The North Shore Riverwalk Park surrounding the facility features two memorials dedicated to submarines USS Snook (SS-279) and USS Scorpion (SSN-589). There is also a Peace Garden for the community to celebrate the ideal of peace in this war-torn world.


Vasiliy Ulin

Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017
If you like navy and warships you must go there. Amazing place! USS Razorback served in WWII. It's a submarine, it was in the harbor during Japanese signing their surrender. It has 12 kills? If I recall correctly. She is absolutely incredible. You get a guided tour through the USS Razorback They also have USS Hoga that they're trying to preserve and save, a WWII tug and fire extinguisher boat that saved numerous ships after the Pearl Harbor attack.

Steven Nazworth

Sunday, Dec. 10, 2017
This is a great piece of history. A hidden jewel. If you are in the area check it out! It is definitely worth the time. Our tour guide was a young scout that was very knowledgeable of the history of the submarine. Thank you for the great tour!

Dennis Hershey

Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018
Awesome tour of a submarine by a very knowledgeable guide. From the climb down the deck, stern to bow tour covered all aspects of life on this battle tested boat. It is a tight squeeze, but then again, it is a submarine!

Clyde Bishop

Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018
Since the submarine is still 90% operational you cannot turn any of the knobs or levers. There is a 14 ft. climb in and out of the submarine. It is cool to see one of the submarines that served during WW2.

Nicholas Koatsvaar

Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017
Absolutely stunning! Unfortunately there were homeless people sleeping on the bridge benches on our way across the bridge. Very nice people inside the museum. Will come back for sure! The sub marine was OUTSTANDING! Drive across the next bridge to get to the parking lot of the Museum

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