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All reviews these ships naval history self guided uss lionfish lion fish world war ii uss joseph p snack bar pearl harbor steep stairs gun turrets east german main deck engine room the main attraction four hours awe inspiring
We never miss the chance to see a great piece of American history and not many things in this world are as cool as an old battleship. Battleship cove is pretty cool with not just a battleship, but small ships, boats and aircraft. We highly...More
Admission is $25 and if you're a military or history buff you will be in hog heaven! Three ships, two pt boats and a sub will keep you touring, reading, listenung, and imaginig all day long.
No worries though. The admission is good for two...More
We took our 12 year old grandson to this attraction and he had the time of his life! Being able to actually explore the ships was so interesting and educational even for the adults in the group. Going into the submarine was a real experience.We...More
Being able to wander around the Massachusetts on your own, viewing this historic ship, is something I will never forget. The sub was interesting as were the other ships onsite, but the big one is where you want to spend most of your time. We...More
This is still the coolest place on Earth, and I look forward to all my visits here. I’ve been to all right preserved WW2 USN battleship, and this is my favorite. I volunteered to do some work on USS MASSACHUSETTS (BB59), so I was offered...More
We visited here with about 200 veterans and families. The condition of the battleship Massachusetts is terrible. Weeds growing out of the deck planks, holes rusted through gun mounts... vertical surfaces facing away from pier have surface rust... Abject lack of maintenance and attention.
Yes! You board the ship and purchase just before getting on the ship... huge ship cannot imagine any issues with too crowding or such. I would call ahead to the carousel if that is an interest... pretty , 1920's beautiful... More
Yes! You board the ship and purchase just before getting on the ship... huge ship cannot imagine any issues with too crowding or such. I would call ahead to the carousel if that is an interest... pretty , 1920's beautiful restored horses, but often closed...
The are in general has been updated and restaurants, upscale (and not) abound... fun area now... Enjoy!