This world war 2 battleship is really something to see they have some navy vets that serviced on the ship from time to time and have so much info about the ship,great visit.
It was a nice surprise! I was never been in a War boat before, so I was not aware of what I should expect. Some cabins of the boat were closed when I visit it, still it was a nice surprise, as I could get in touch with this kind of experience. I thought it was rather interesting, as it... More
We took a guided tour and our guide, Doug (a volunteer), did a fantastic job of describing everything to us. Paul R., a volunteer and current Navy, also tagged along and gave us some great info. We were shown all parts of the ship and they answered all of our questions. Doug even continued to show us around after the... More
Touring the USS Wisconsin is an incredible adventure. You can roam nearly all over the ship. They have examples of the 16" shells the large guns shot. You can see the sailors and officers living quarters as well as the engine room, gun magazines, etc. If you love Navy ships, you will enjoy this.
The USS Wisconsin was incredible to visit. Be sure to check out the interior sections, where sailors lived and slept, to truly appreciate how crowded they are. We loved being on deck and finding where the Harpoon missiles and Tomahawk missiles were launched. You can pay extra for a guided topside tour, which we didn't do, but I think would... More
Its a great place to visit with kids of all ages as well as adults. It might be too much for older adults because there is a lot of climbing required to go thru all the levels in the ship. We did the self guided tour which was good. You can pay more to get the guided tours but be... More
we took the guided tour of the USS Wisconsin and was very happy with the tour. The guides were very knowledgeable and courteous as well as friendly. i highly recommend this to anyone visiting Norfolk, Va area.
My friend and I only had time for an hour or so stop in Norfolk on the way to Williamsburg. I wanted to see The Wisconsin and she was interested in the Hunter House Victorian Museum over on Freemason Street. The Wisconsin and Nauticus museum complex is certainly worth returning for a variety of reasons. It seems ideal for school... More
We visited Nauticus and the USS Wisconsin during the Homeschool Day. The program was great. A docent spoke about life aboard a ship, and showed the kids various uniforms, materials, etc. There was also a Science program offered that was a big hit. We will go back.
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