We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The history of Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum began in June 1975 when the legendary aircraft carrier USS Yorktown entered Charleston Harbor. A few months later, the USS Yorktown was dedicated as the first ship of the Naval & Maritime Museum...more
All reviews vietnam experience aircraft carrier flight deck medal of honor museum patriots point engine room self guided these ships vietnam war hanger deck mess hall sound effects steep stairs audio tour fort sumter destroyer laffey sticky fingers
We purchased combo tickets - not sure how aircraft carrier would be. Trip to Fort Sumter was great. The Yorktown was just as interesting. Lots of information - plus for those of us who have never been on a ship - great. The submarine reminded...More
Overall a very good trip. Our Cub Scout pack stayed overnight. Lots of neat stuff to see and explore on the aircraft carrier, destroyer, and sub. They've done a great job with the exhibits, even the food was pretty good. Kids had a great time....More
Outstanding - true genuine nations goal and Nation spirit- people in the information desk, volunteers, Veterans and Chris - salute to them without their help things would not be great- person who helped to bring the cart -what not she does not expect anything -very...More
We went to the museum to see the Yorktown. It was beautifully preserved and had interesting displays. We spent hours on the tours and enjoyed it. Lots of walking and climbing so you’ll be tired and hungry when done. But wow, was a great museum.
This place is nifty. It's a bit pricey, but pretty well worth it. The ticket includes access to the aircraft carrier USS Yorktown, the destroyer USS Laffey, and the submarine USS Clamagore. The Yorktown has 5 self-guided tours throughout the ship that go below deck...More
We visited Patriots point...tix were reasonable...the huge USS Yorktown was unbelievable...the. Submarine and destroyer also on site were just as awe-inspiring...i do not see how our veterans did all they did to protect our freedoms that so many take for granted...its a must see
I was here with kids 4, 6, & 8 as a return visit from High School. They loved it and it kept their attention all day. This is a 6+ age attraction in my mind. There are planes, submarine, war engagement simulations, and general life...More
We visited the Patriots Point Naval History Museum and spent at least 6 hours wandering around. We focused our time on the USS Yorktown and USS Laffey, as the USS Clamagore (sub) was closed due to extremely high winds/tides. The Yorktown has plenty to do...More