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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Intrepid- Sea, Air, & Space Museum Complex

Built in 1943, the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid and her crew served tours of duty throughVietnam and World War II. If you come to NY to witness history of the Unites States and its Military then this is the place you want to go. 

After an extensive two-year restoration, the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum is once again welcoming visitors to its Pier 86 location. Visitors will have a chance to explore more than 20 restored aircrafts, you can also see the Growler Submarine, The Intrepid Flight Deck, and The British Airways Concorde.

The museum is on Manhattans West side at Pier 86, at W.46th Street and 12th Avenue, you can also give them a call at 212-245-0072 or 877-957-7447.

To get ot the museum you can take the subways A, C, E, 1, 2, 3, N, Q, R, 7, or S traing to 42nd Street and walk west to 12th Avenue and north to 46th Street. You may also take the M42 west bus from 42nd Street to the Hudson River stop and walk north to the museum.

They are open from November 1st - March 31st ( Closed on Mondays) Tue - Sun 10am- 5pm, last ticket is sold one hour prior to closing and will be closed on Thanksgiving  Day and Christmas day.

  • Adults: $19.50

  • Seniors (62+):$15.50

  • Veterans: $15.50

  • College Students (w/ID): $15.50

  • Youth (6-17): $14.50

  • Child (2-5): $7.50

  • Child under 2: Free

  • Retired Military: Free