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A tour aboard Battleship IOWA Museum Los Angeles is an adventure through history.  Start with your General Access Pass and add-on from there.

Los Angeles' Naval Ship Museum

Gold and Silver W3 Awards for Mobile Apps/Sites – Education and Mobile Features – Best Streaming Audio
Voted #1: Travel + Hospitality Awards
TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence 2012-2018
California Governor Award Winner for our Museum App

Special Guided Tours to Engineering and Gunnery

Join us on a special guided museum tour.  The Engineering and Gunnery tours visit areas that are usually off-limits on board the Battleship IOWA Museum Los Angeles.

Museum Exhibit: Lost at Sea - The Explorations of Dr. Robert Ballard

Dr. Robert Ballard found the RMS Titanic in 1985.   Before and since locating the Titantic, Dr. Ballard has also located numerous other shipwrecks.

Now you have the opportunity to visit these shipwrecks while visiting the Battleship IOWA Museum Los Angeles.

Aviation Exhibit: Korean-War (1950's) era

Ever seen a Korean War era helicopter?  Battleship IOWA Museum is home to the only HUP-2 helicopter available to visit in the Los Angeles area.  

Learn the History

Thank a veteran and experience first hand how they lived aboard Battleship IOWA.  You will hear veterans stories first-hand and through the app.  Kids and adults alike enjoy the award-winning tour with activities.

Enjoy the Full Experience with Our New Access Pass

A tour aboard Battleship IOWA Museum Los Angeles is an adventure aboard a city at sea. Whether you are new to Naval ships or an aficionado, you can pick and choose the right tours for you. As the most accessible Battleship museum, we have numerous areas open including main deck, The Roosevelt Cabin, Lost at Sea, and our 2nd/3rd deck museum and retail spaces for those requiring chair lift accommodation. Get ready for a memorable experience aboard the West Coast’s Battleship.

Battleship IOWA Experience

Battleship IOWA is an award-winning Los Angeles Museum exhibit and tour.  Visitors experience history first-hand by either taking a self-guided or guided tour.   Kids and adults of all ages love visiting!

We invite you to watch the video to the right.  After watching the video, please explore our website and plan a visit.

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