From there we went to Bowfin museum which is a real submarine. I was pretty surprised at how big it was. We were able to go down into it and see all the inards. I don't think I would be good at being a submariner, not so much the lack of space but the lack of fresh air would creep me out. Its a good thing that was never really one of my choices for occupation.
Next we went to the USS Missouri, the Mighty Mo. It was pretty interesting walking around that big battleship. It was a 1.6 mile walk through the whole thing (I thought that was pretty amazing in its own). We got to see a good amount of the ship, it was neat to look at the life of a navy sailor. The part I thought was the most interesting is the deck where the peace treaty was signed in Tokyo harbor to end WW2. We were able to sneak in with a guided tour for this last part and here him give all the added details into what we were looking at by walking us through that day. It was neat to be able to see where the war started for us and where it ended with the Japanese.
After that we went to the Pacific Aviation Museum, which sucked.