The Battleship IOWA Museum Los Angeles an award-winning interactive tour and activity aboard the nation's last class of battleships .Your museum adventure highlights life at sea through innovating and engaging exhibits and tours. Download our FREE tour app (available in 7 languages) to experience augmented reality, videos, and special tours aboard this historic icon. Children can follow our clever mascot dog named Victory on a popular scavenger hunt. Regardless of age, there is something for all to experience aboard the Battleship IOWA. The Battleship IOWA is located on the LA Waterfront with a backdrop of the Nation's busiest port complex, the Port of Los Angeles. There is no better place in the Western Hemisphere to see active cargo ship traffic and cargo movement. NEW FOR 2018 - Battleship IOWA Full / Extended Experience which includes the Lost at Sea exhibit with Dr. Robert Ballard, Alfa Romeo Tango Art exhibit, Laundry Area, Brig, Tailor Shop, and Barber Shop.
Visit: Battleship USS Iowa BB-61, Los Angeles, CaliforniaHead to the easily accessible Los Angeles waterfront in San Pedro and use your ticket to tour the Battleship USS Iowa Museum. Designed to stop wars, not start them, the USS Iowa served the US for more than 50 years and was known as the “Battleship of Presidents.” See where Roosevelt stayed and planned WWII strategy in the stately captain's cabin — complete with the only bathtub on a US Navy ship built specifically for a president.At this family-friendly attraction, discover the evolution of this flagship of the fleet, which boasts a new role today as an interactive classroom. Via film footage and exhibits, you'll see the Battleship USS Iowa as her former crews saw her. Wander the same wooden decks and bridges, and explore the iconic ship’s interior spaces where elite Navy sailors performed their duties during the Korean War and the Cold War.Witness the battleship's big guns and Tomahawk and Harpoon missiles, see the crew quarters, and learn more about life at sea from onboard tour guides — many of whom are US Navy veterans. Kids can even participate in a fun scavenger hunt to find the ship’s mascot.Tour this vast ship — the West Coast's only battleship open to the public — at your own pace. You'll find much to educate and entertain the whole family on this mighty vessel.