Behind the scenes: Museum of Science and Industry

March 17, 2017 Sanjana Saluja

"The U-505 project was about more than building a museum exhibit. It was about creating a war memorial to the men and women who lost their lives on the high seas in World Wars I and II. The museum was in the unique position of having one of just five German submarines of this type in the world—one of only two above water and the only one in the United States. The sub has long been one of our most popular attractions, but it was deteriorating in its outdoor location and we knew we had to relocate it in order to preserve it for future generations.”

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