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Berthed at Nauticus, the Battleship Wisconsin is one of the largest and last battleships ever built by the U.S. Navy. Explore its deck through a self-guided tour or, with an additional charge, one of our guided tours that will take you back in time...more
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We had a fantastic day at the battleship it's so interactive and interesting. It's such an honour to get to go on such a beautiful price of history.
Would recommend going in the morning and take a hat.
The Wisconsin is a fantastic tribute to America's strong military past. In addition to the ship itself, there are dozens of aircraft representing the many stages of development. These are not just planes but helicopters, and not just American but other countries are represented as...More
This ship is the pride of Norfolk and the US Navy. Open for over nite stay and great place for wedding and ceremony. The ship is open for tours and the USS NAVY retired crew member and past crew member show and help you on...More
The Big Whiskey is an awesome piece of military history nestled right in downtown Norfolk. I highly recommend taking the time to check it out, the docents are knowledgeable, with great stories to tell about this old gal when she was at work.
Once lived aboard a ship in the Portsmouth Navy Yard which overlooked the Battleships Missouri and Wisconsin. Years later saw the Wisconsin in Monterey Bay, CA as it came back on duty for the Iraq War. Walking the decks it occurred that action may be...More
You would have to check with the visitors center, I know you get a discount because my cousin is a Captain in Norfolk and he got our tickets at a discount and it was $10 per person. The kids will definately get a feel for... More
You would have to check with the visitors center, I know you get a discount because my cousin is a Captain in Norfolk and he got our tickets at a discount and it was $10 per person. The kids will definately get a feel for the way their dad lives. It's a fantastic tour. A lot of interactive displays in the museum for kids! It's worth every penny, especially for those having served on her! Enjoy! Thank all those who served!