SAP – Special Access Program

In military speak, SAPs (Special Access Programs) are security protocols that provide highly classified information with safeguards and access restrictions, exceeding those of typical classified information. This is top secret stuff–but you can gain access!

Schedule your SAP and experience the Navy SEAL Museum like never before. Your in-depth tour will be personally guided by an elite Museum docent, sharing with you Naval Special Warfare history and its preservation at the Museum.
This behind-the-scenes tour offers guests the rare opportunity to view private areas, hidden stories, and exclusive features of the Museum. Unique group photos are encouraged during this insider look at the Museum most visitors will never experience. Your guide will use the HUMINT (Human Intelligence) method to impart interesting SEAL stories and special Special Operations Forces history.

SAP Tours are offered twice each week for a duration of up to 90 minutes. Tours are limited to a maximum of four people.

Tuesday at 10:00 AM – Book below
Friday at 10:00 AM – Book below

Reservations are required and must be booked online a week or more in advance.

This exclusive encounter is available for up to four people per group.

The cost is $125 for your group of up to four people; this includes Museum admission for your party of up to four guests.

Please allocate 90 minutes for your SAP Tour.

A 24-hour cancellation is required for a refund.

Immerse yourself in Naval Special Warfare history like never before with your own private NSW expert who will walk you through time, from World War II to the present day.

“Thank you very much for our extra special tour of the Museum yesterday. The three of us really appreciate all the history and stories that made our tour deeply meaningful and memorable.

We are thrilled to see the growth of the Museum. The time and thought put into the exhibits exemplifies the dedication you all have to making The Navy SEAL Museum a very special place to visit and remember all the sacrifices that our military makes for us each day.

…please extend our thanks to [Rick] for starting our tour and for all he is doing for the betterment of the Museum.” -Cheryl G.