Battleship IOWA & Harbor Cruise – Overview
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Battleship IOWA was first commissioned February 22, 1943, becoming the first ship of her class to be commissioned by the United States. She later became known as “The Battleship of Presidents,” for having hosted three Presidents – Franklin D. Roosevelt, Ronald Reagan, and George H.W. Bush. The ship earned 14 different ribbons over her 50 years of service.
Aboard the mammoth 887-foot vessel which spans 6 decks and displays a variety of exhibits, you’ll get the chance to see some of the largest guns on a US navy warship, President Roosevelt’s private cabin, missile decks, helicopter decks and much more. A new interactive tour allows visitors to experience what is was like to live and serve on the historic ship.
The museum is the perfect destination for a family outing. Even kids will enjoy the educational experience when following the mascot dog on a scavenger hunt.
In addition to that the Batlleship lies on the LA Waterfront. It is the perfect location to see cargo ship traffic and cargo movement.
LA Waterfront Harbor Cruise
Not only will you experience an iconic piece of living history, you will also take a 45-minute journey through America’s Port on a LA Waterfront harbor cruise! Along the way, guests will see Coast Guard Station Los Angeles, Terminal Island Federal Prison, Battleship IOWA, a historic shipyard, Gerald Desmond Bridge, LA Cruise Terminal, and much more! You may even catch a glimpse of sea life in their natural habitat!
You may also enjoy the Battleship IOWA &Aquarium of the Pacific
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Please note this combo ticket must be purchased at the Battleship IOWA
Battleship IOWA: Open from 10:00 to 17:00 daily
Last ticket sold at 16:00
Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas
Harbor Cruise: opened from Monday to Friday: Cruises every 45 mins from 12.30 to 17:45
Saturday and Sunday: Cruises every 30 mins from 11.30 to 19:30