Welcome to the Seabee Museum & Memorial Park's Store

We are located on the grounds of the former Davisville, Rhode Island, United States Navy Base ... the original home of the Seabees.  In addition to the famous Quonset Hut that went to war with the Seabees and was developed at Davisville. Seven vintage huts can be seen at the museum, along with the world's only concrete chapel "The Chapel in the Pines"  and the iconic "Gate Bee" statue. Our new main museum building and Small Stores, a modern evolution of a Quonset Hut, with many displays.

Today the original Seabee base is gone, and is now the Quonset Business Park, but the history of the base is being preserved by former Seabees and friends of Seabees.  In addition to the museum, the Small Stores in the museum offers  many Seabee related products. Your purchase helps us preserve the CAN DO heritage.Click on product images for more information about an item.

The museum is raising funds to refurbish the Chapel in the Pines, built buy Seabees between 1960 and 1963. Work has begun, but we need more funds to complete the Chapel so that it can be used again. Please give to our "Go Fund ME" page.https://www.gofundme.com/f/davisville-chapel-in-the-pines

Thank you for your help

If you are in the area and would like to shop in our store, you will find direction on our home page and contact page of our web site. International customers, please see the Shipping & Delivery information on our "Terms and Conditions" page (link below).


 

 



 

 



 

75th Anniverary Cap

75th Anniverary Cap

75th Anniversary Cap

Made in the USA    $14.00

Where it all began cap

Where it all began cap

If you went through the gate at Davisville, Rhode Island you know that's where the Seabees began. This unique hat depicts "Where It All Began". Navy blue with the fighting bee logo, made to fit most any size with velco adjustment. $17.00

Seabee Museum & Memorial Park Donation

Seabee Museum & Memorial Park Donation

The Seabee Museum could use your help. Donate to assure the future of the Seabee Museum.