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Thoroughly enjoyed the small museum, great unique artifacts from local sunken ships and the battle. Helped to have some familiarity with the civil war for the exhibits. The museum is in a old train station. Don't miss stopping by the ironclad model outside!
Minimal entrance fee, really well done exhibits, suggest watching the "longer than 4 minutes" 4 minute video first...will help set the stage for the rest of the museum. Nice exhibits of ordnance, photographs, flag, etc. 3/8th scale ship is pretty cool too, but you cannot...More
This museum ir relatively small in comparison to it's contents. This place holds a treasure trove of artifacts and historical data from the Civil War and The Battle of Plymouth. During my visit here The Battle of Plymouth was being re-enacted by both Rebel and...More
We found this when passing by town and seeing the design for the ironclad replica. The replica was amazing and made describing it easy to the family. The museum is small but has excellent displays. It is possible one of the most complete civil war...More
I made a quick stop at the small museum located in Plymouth, NC enroute to the Outer Banks. I had seen it before when they were having the 150th Anniversary celebration of the Civil War battle but it was closed and had made a mental...More
Great museum on Plymouth waterfront, saw the listing on town website so stopped in before heading back home. We were impressed with all the local artifacts from "war between states" and enjoyed listening to several stories from the gentleman volunteer working there that day. Really...More