Welcome. The Seabee Museum and Memorial Park began as in idea in the minds of a group of retired Navy Seabees who were members
Island X-1 Davisville.
Island X-1 approached the state with a plan to lease or transfer
about 6-acers of land containing the historic
concrete Chapel-in-the-Pines, constructed by the
Seabees in the 1960s, three ammo bunkers and two
Quonset huts. A key component was moving the famous
Gate Seabee a few hundred yards north to its present
position on the Museum grounds.
The Seabee Museum and Memorial Park is committed to keeping the proud history of the US Navy Seabee's accomplishments alive at their original home. Here’s how you can help:
Please take a look at our Donations page for more details.
Today's Seabees are serving around the world, building for peace and defending freedom. To read more about those who made the ultimate sacrifice for freedom, CLICK HERE.
Looking for information about a deceased Seabee? Click HERE.
The Seabee Museum & Memorial Park is located in South Country, Rhode Island. With beautiful coastlines, seaside villages and a wealth of cultural attractions you will find much to enjoy, for a day or a week. Learn more, click the South Country Tourism Council logo below.
Summer (May 1-Oct 31) - Tuesday thru Sunday, 9:30 am - 2 pm (Closed Monday)
Winter (Nov 1-April 30) - Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, 9:30 am - 2 pm
If you are coming from outside the area we strongly suggest you call ahead: 401-294-7233
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