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Located at the western edge of Burke Lakefront Airport and one block east of the Rock and roll Hall of Fame.
Cleveland was the meeting place for raw materials and transportation. During World War II, Cleveland industries grew to support the production of planes, tanks, jeeps, artillery and other needs. This 312-foot GATO class submarine’s five massive diesel engines were produced by Cleveland’s General Motors plant.
U.S.S. COD, (216) 566-8770 or 216-408-6991or www.usscod.org.
Open daily, May through September, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (last guests admitted at 4:30 p.m. to allow time for tour.) Admission is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors ages 60 and older, and $7 for youths (5-16). Those in military uniform and families of active duty submariners are admitted free. Limited free parking is available however, you may park in the airport’s parking area. Because this is an authentic submarine in an unaltered state, accommodations for the disabled are limited.