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Battleship IOWA
 is the West Coast’s only Battleship open to the public. Operated by the non-profit Pacific Battleship Center (PBC), the IOWA opened on July 7, 2012 as an interactive naval museum at the L.A. Waterfront. It is dedicated to “Celebrating the American Spirit” through the preservation and interpretation of the Battleship IOWA. By sharing the accomplishments and sacrifices of American patriots and engaging visitors in unique and exciting ways PBC brings the ship to life by connecting the past with the present and future. 

Plan your visit to the USS IOWA Battleship Museum here.  View ticket prices, group tour options, private event possibilities, and more! 

Gain background knowledge about the USS IOWA Battleship Museum, a non-profit organization who strives to celebrate the American spirit. 

Receive information regarding the USS IOWA Battleship Museum directly from those who work on the ship and at the museum daily. 

The USS IOWA would like to thank its supporters for their continued help in preserving the battleship for future generations.  View the patrons of the IOWA here.

Click here to get more financial information about Pacific Battleship Center and the non-profit funding and operation of Battleship IOWA.

Click here, to visit the USS IOWA Veterans Association website where you can get more information concerning the organization. 

As the ship’s namesake, the State of Iowa has been involved in USS IOWA’s life from the beginning.  As a sign of gratitude, the USS IOWA offers Iowa residents free admission, see more.

The USS IOWA Battleship Museum and the Pacific Battleship Center have been recognized by various organizations for their programs and services. 

Pacific Battleship Center
250 S. Harbor Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90731
p: 877-446-9261
p: 310-971-4462