Even though it's a gated campus, we were able to go in and walk around. What's neat is that in one of the buildings is the visitor's center, gift shop, and... a museum! It is possibly the smallest museum I've ever been to, but it was no less interesting!
|A view into the museum which was really just a curved hallway that led from the entrance to the gift shop.|
|This ship model of the USS Maryland was pretty amazing. |
There was a lot of metal on this thing!
|Besides the cool naval uniform on the right, I really liked this wall section that mapped out the|
Battle of Flamborough Head, 23 Sept. 1779
|"Aboard an 18th Century Warship"|
|Food ration. Interesting! I love that they have physical examples of the food stuffs.|
It's nice to see when fake food is used in a good way.
The food look so realistic!
|This picture depicted the history of women in the Navy.|
There was a lot of great information here.
|This talks about how women enlisted in the U.S. Navy even in WWI!|
I had no idea!
This part about the US Naval Academy Astronauts was pretty cool too. It was interesting to see how many astronauts have graduated from there.
|U.S. Flag carried aboard Apollo 14, donated by Alan Shepard.|
|Final resting place of John Paul Jones, a famous U.S. Naval hero.|
This is located at the large church/cathedral on campus.