• Location: Los Angeles, California
  • Duration: Flexible
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Walk the decks of a historic Navy ship with admission to the Battleship USS Iowa Museum in Los Angeles. Get a glimpse of daily life onboard a ship that housed thousands of sailors — and three American presidents — from World War II until the Cold War. Follow your guide to the Admiral’s bridge, take a sight from the guns and missile decks, then explore the captain’s and crew’s cabins and the mess areas as you learn about the ship’s long service at a series of innovative exhibits.


  • Admission to the Battleship USS Iowa Museum in Los Angeles
  • Walk through a real battleship that served the US for more than 50 years
  • Explore interactive exhibits and films depicting life on the battleship
  • View the Tomahawk missile decks, the navigation bridge and crew’s living quarters
  • Learn important maritime history from WWII, the Korean War and the Cold War
  • Perfect activity for family members of all ages!

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Battleship USS Iowa Museum Admission

Battleship Iowa Museum Admission in Los Angeles

Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

This was just so so good, the Volunteers were very helpful and the ship was very well kept and it was a great experience for my three children, one who is a navy cadet, and she found it mind blowing and informative, my five year old thought all his dreams had come true, and the game of finding Vicki was perfect for the kids. Thank you what an awesome ship.

Arthur V

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2017

If you are a military veteran or just have an interest in the military then this is a must for you when next in Hawaii. I didn't realise that the ship was so big and its history so extensive and I was totally amazed by what I saw during the trip. My only regret was that I didn't do it on our own as being with a tour it somewhat limited our time on board. Even so it was a great tour and I recommend it to everyone.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

We did this tour before, now there is a whole new section in the museum, it was great!

Sandra B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2015

this was ok tour they are still working on restoring it a lot of blocked of space still worth going and worth the money you pay

Heiko M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2014

a great example of military and technical history. Great work of a lot of volunteers to save it and to get it on display.

Karina V

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2014

This tour is fun for the whole family! Not only was it educational, but it was also amazing to see history right in front of you. The staff was really nice and professional and my kids had fun searching for the dog "Vicky" throughout the ship. We had a great time!

ultrazyx China

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2014

A true legendary Battleship with a lot of history to tell. The volunteers on the ship shares bunch of funny stories which is totally unknown before. Very worthy for the trip!

World Traveler USA

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2013

This was a great way to spend the afternoon. The tour is really informative and brought you to a number of different areas. The Battleship IOWA is known as ' The Battleship of Presidents'. You get to see the President's room which hosted FDR, Ronald Reagan and George Bush Sr. There is a nice walk through exhibit that show From the main deck you get panoramic views of San Pedro harbor and Long Beach.

JennyC United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2013

This is a true piece of wartime history. I had no idea the importance of this battleship, so am truly grateful to have been able to visit and learn so much about her.

Semih B

4 star rating: Recommended August 2015

seeing the engine room would be nice

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