Sitting in her cradle beside Mobile Bay is the National Historic Landmark WWII submarine USS DRUM (SS-228).  The DRUM is the oldest American submarine on public display, and we invite you to come and learn about her 72 member crew and her missions during the war.  Be sure to ask about Stateside, the crew’s pet dog who served aboard the submarine.

 

USS DRUM was donated to the USS ALABAMA Battleship Commission on April 14, 1969 and was brought to Mobile to join the USS ALABAMA at Battleship Memorial Park as a war memorial and museum.  She was opened to the public for tours on July 4, 1969.

Explore the History of the USS DRUM

USS DRUM STATS

Tour the inside of the USS DRUM

Inside the USS DRUM Submarine
Inside the USS DRUM Submarine
Inside the USS DRUM Submarine
Inside the USS DRUM Submarine
Inside the USS DRUM Submarine
Inside the USS DRUM Submarine
Inside the USS DRUM Submarine
Inside the USS DRUM Submarine
USS DRUM Diagram