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This is a list of museums that include submarines that can either be toured or viewed on display.

Australia[edit]

The composite of midget submarines M-14 & M-21 at the Australian War Memorial in 2007.

Belgium[edit]

  • B-821 (sometimes called B-143) — Seafront Zeebrugge, Zeebrugge, Belgium - Foxtrot-class sub. Launched 1960.

Brazil[edit]

Riachuelo (Oberon class submarine) - Navy Cultural Centre in Rio de Janeiro - Brazilian_submarine_Riachuelo_(S22), Launched in 1975, decommissioned 1997.

Canada[edit]

Croatia[edit]

Estonia[edit]

Finland[edit]

France[edit]

Germany[edit]

  • U-1 — Deutsches Museum, Munich, Germany — first German military submarine, commissioned 1906.
  • U-995 — Laboe, Germany — only surviving Type VII U-boat
  • U-2540 — Bremerhaven, Germany - Deutsches Schiffahrtsmuseum (German Maritime Museum German submarine Wilhelm Bauer) — only surviving Type XXI U-boat
  • HMS OTUS (S-18) — British Oberon-Class Submarine, launched 1963 - Sassnitz, Germany [1]
  • U-461 — Russian Juliett-Class (Projekt 651) Cold War Submarine - Peenemünde, Germany [2]
  • U-434 — Russian Tango-Class (Projekt 641b) Cold War Submarine - Hamburg Harbour, Germany [3]
  • U-9 — German 1960s Cold War Submarine and German WWII Midget-Submarine "Seehund" - Speyer Technik-Museum, Germany [4]
  • U-10 — German 1960s Cold War Submarine - Wilhelmshaven, Germany
  • U-11 — German 1960s Cold War Submarine - Fehmarn, Germany [5]

Guam[edit]

  • HA-51 — Japanese Type 'C' Midget Submarine, discovered in shallow waters off Togcha beach near Talofofo, Guam. The two crew members surrendered three days later. Now at National Park Service T. Stell Newman Visitor Center, Guam.

India[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

Israel[edit]

  • INS Gal — Clandestine Immigration and Navy Museum, Haifa, Israel - Gal-class sub. Launched 1975.

Italy[edit]

  • Enrico Toti (S-506) — Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia "Leonardo da Vinci", Milan, Italy - Toti-class sub. Launched 1967.
  • Nazario Sauro (S-518) — Galata - Museo del mare, Genoa, Italy - Sauro-class sub. Launched 1976.
  • Andrea Provana (PR) conning tower — Associazione nazionale marinai d'Italia, Turin, Italy - Barbarigo-class sub. Launched 1918

Japan[edit]

Malaysia[edit]

Netherlands[edit]

  • HNLMS Tonijn (S-805) — Dutch Naval Museum, Den Helder, The Netherlands - Potvis-class sub. Launched 1965.

Pakistan[edit]

Peru[edit]

  • BAP Abtao — Peruvian Naval Museum, Callao, Peru — BAP Abtao (SS-42) Abtao-class submarine of the Peruvian Navy. Launched in 1954.

Russia[edit]

South Korea[edit]

Sweden[edit]

  • HMS Hajen — The Naval Museum, Karlskrona, Sweden - Holland type submarine. Launched 1904.
  • HMS Neptun — The Naval Museum, Karlskrona, Sweden - Näcken type submarine. Launched 1980. (Open to the public starting summer of 2014)
  • HMS Nordkaparen — Maritiman, Göteborg, Sweden - Draken II class submarine. Launched 1962.
  • HMS U3 — House of Science and Maritime History, Malmö, Sweden - Kustubåt (littoral submarine) class submarine. Launched 1942.

Switzerland[edit]

  • Mesoscaphe — Saint-Gingolphe, Switzerland — Exploration submarine

Turkey[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

United States[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]


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