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All reviews naval memorial wwii submarine train station unique experience worth a visit easy access great attraction piece of history tiny space self guided joint ticket takes about minutes interesting visit real action no brainer cramped quarters signs explaining
This is one of the last surviving, intact, WWII U-boats that actually saw action. The information was sparse but there is a guided trip several times a day. It was interesting to see how so many men could have worked in such cramped quarters. The...More
If you haven‘t been in a submarine before this is a good place to visit. Just make sure you don‘t hit your head. Sadly there is just some basic information from a couple of signs. No guided tours as far as I could tell.
This is Das Boot, a type VIIc/41, the real deal. After WW2 it served for quite a few years in the Norwegian fleet, but has been brought back to its former glory. It was one of the much feared Grauen Wölfe der Atlantic, and for...More
To get inside the submarine from 2.nd world war was interesting and gave a chance to feel the claustrophobic environment these people had to live in.
It only takes 15 minutes to get through the boat so not a whole day adventure.
We bought the joint ticket with the Laboe Naval Museum. Being inside an actual u-boat was a unique experience and made you appreciate the close and claustrophobic surroundings they had to operate in. Worth a visit.
if you are in Kiel, and the weather is good, do not miss travelling with a boat to Laboe, on the north part of Kiel. It is an hour away with the boat, but worth every moment. I visited the place in a brilliant summer...More
Very little space in this remarkable submarine from WW2. Spend some time to feel how the conditions were for the german personel. I recommend to read the book by Lothar-Günther Buchheim or see the movie by wolfgang Petersen, before visiting this submarine.