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Located in downtown San Diego, the USS Midway (Museum) was America’s longest-serving aircraft carrier of the 20th century. Today, the interactive museum is an unforgettable adventure for the entire family as guests walk in the footsteps of the...more
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This incredible museum is a must see for anyone with interest in either flights, military or history.
Just be prepared to spend a whole day here, since there’s so many things to watch.
All the guides around are former crew of the ship and are...More
Wow! This should definitely be on your to-experience list for San Diego. Say whatever you want about the USS Midway being a 'machine of war', blah blah blah. This is worth seeing because it is a piece of modern history, and frankly an engineering marvel,...More
experience a piece of history by visiting the USS Midway. I thought I would spend one hour there, and actually spent 3, because there's so much to there's a lot to see and read, and learn. I suggest as one of the first things to...More
Spent 4 hours checking out a living museum. Staff were very knowledgeable and veterans were on hand to answer questions and talk about their experiences. There were planes from several eras along with simulatorsso you can experience flying. Absolutely worth it for the history buff...More
We came with three young kids. They have a little kids program where they can answer questions on a little hand out by going to the various audio playing devices around the ship and listening for the right answers. When they finish, they get wing...More
The Midway is a fun experience right on the pier downtown. There are several historic planes on the top flight deck and in the hangar to see. Most were from the Midway's heyday period (60s, 70s, and 80s). The most disappointing part of the ship...More