21 IaFrate Way
Davisville, RI 02852
phone: 401-294-7233
Summer (May 1-Oct 31)
Sunday - Monday, Wednesday, Friday - Saturday9:30 AM - 2 PM
Or by Appointment
Winter (Nov 1-April 30)
Sunday, Wednesday, Saturday9:30 AM - 2 PM
Or by Appointment
If you are coming from outside the area we suggest you call ahead.
Museum Type(s)
Jim Rugh, Vice President


The Seabee Museum and Memorial Park began as in idea in the minds of a group of retired Navy Seabees who were members of Seabee Island X-1 Davisville.

It’s important to note that this is a Seabee Museum, built by Seabees, run by Seabees, for Seabees and their families, as well as for the public. The majority of physical support comes from volunteer former Seabees, the Seabee Reserves, and the wives, sons, and friends of Seabees in Rhode Island.

The original design for the Seabee Museum and Memorial Park. The famous Chapel-in-the-Pines (red roof in the drawing) is currently being renovated, six vintage huts, a store and a small interim museum are in place. We are currently raising the funds needed to build an entrance museum building (to the left of the flags). A vehicle display area (far left) is in the future.


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.

Educational Programs