It's not good or bad. It's a day's tour. It's said that it was not long before it was opened and there were explanations to follow. It's said that the recruited soldiers at that time did not exceed 170 cm. The bed inside was very narrow, which was equivalent to the second-class berth at that time. There were not many beds inside, and three shifts of sleeping upside down. Submarines did not cook, so they could only eat compressed biscuits.
The Lushun Submarine Museum is the first time to visit the interior of the decommissioned 303 submarine. The staff opened two doors on the side of the submarine. They passed through the crowded interior of the submarine as import and export. They saw the compact installation of various instruments and dials in the hull. They felt that they worked in such an environment, not only the space was crowded, but also the conditions were harsh. They slept. It's a hammock. It's about 50 centimeters wide. People who are slightly fatter can't lie down at all. It's hard to imagine. Next is a simulated cruise show. We gathered in a room with a simulated platform in front of us. The crew took us "deep" to the bottom of the sea and "sailing" to the "cruise" exercise "sinking" near Diaoyu Island and two "enemy ships". The form is very novel, but also has the implication of science and education, or quite innovative journey, is a good place for enthusiasts to popularize science.
Here is a decommissioned submarine, which can be boarded and visited. It is the first time in its life to enter the submarine. The space inside is too small to imagine. It is not easy for the submarine soldiers to feel it for themselves. The experience of submarine sailing in the museum is very interesting. It simulates the scene of submarine sailing with acousto-optic technology.
It is worth taking children to visit. After all, there are not many scenic spots inside the submarine. We can understand and experience the structure of the submarine and the life of the submarine soldiers. Tickets are a little expensive, and the exhibition is not very much and comprehensive.
Dalian Lushun Submarine Museum is the first professional museum with the theme of displaying submarine culture. It consists of submarine physical exhibition hall, world submarine culture exhibition hall, submarine life experience hall, submarine simulated cruise experience hall, electric rock gun platform and golden mountain beach bathing ground.
Submarine Museum is the largest submarine Museum in China, which integrates Jiao tourism and military culture. In the submarine experience hall, through the high-tech effect of sound and photoelectricity, visitors can submarine in the underwater world like real submarines. It also carefully misses the process of cruising to Guyu Island. In the open-air submarine exhibition area, visitors can enter the submarine interior by displaying 33-type submarines (Lushun slogan). Visit the submarine on the spot.
The most exciting thing about boarding a submarine and seeing its interior is that the cruising experience of the submarine is all real simulation of underwater conditions, the scenery of the sea surface, the brilliant simulation of the seabed, the discovery of enemy launching missiles and so on.
Not bad. There are many parts in the submarine that can't remember their names. The bed inside is very narrow or not very long. The staff can't open fire to cook when they are under the sea. There is a small cooker in the submarine. Only when the submarine is floating can they cook once.