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The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is a nonprofit, educational institution featuring the legendary aircraft carrier Intrepid, the space shuttle Enterprise, the world's fastest jets and a guided missile submarine. Through exhibitions, educational...more
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Well laid out, educational and accessible. Steeped in history, well presented and interactive. Give yourself plenty of time, it is easy to get immersed in the stories. A great day out. Better in good weather.
Spent the morning here and it was time well spent. It’s not expensive to visit and there is quite a lot to walk around.
All the old planes and helicopters are interesting and the ship is very impressive, couldn’t believe the size of it!
We went on a Sunday, mid-day. So the line to get in was minimal and went quickly. There is security to enter, but they let us keep our water bottles and after we entered and spent too much money on mediocre food, we realized others...More
Great afternoon spent here, hubby loved it. It’s a shame the UK did not invest money in making one of its retired fleet into a living museum like here. Good access to the carrier and space shuttle, lots to hear see and do. There was...More
Coming from a place where I have only seen Aircraft carriers and Submarines on TV this was a AMAZING experience. From the aircraft on the deck to the brilliant Space expo to visiting the insides of the ship I was amazed. The Submarine was an...More
Excellent, plenty to see, really interesting, there is so much to see that before you know it you have been there all day.
Excellent value for money. Great to walk around the aircraft, the guides were so interesting to talk too and really knew a...More
We spent 5 hours here..... only intended to spend 2-3. It is a wonderful museum with so much information, excellent displays. I found the anchor chain and interior ship compartments very interesting. The Growler sub display covered nuclear history, very in depth. The cafeteria on...More
Every time we’ve been in New York we’ve said we’ll find time next time, we’ll this time we did. My husband more than I wanted this visit, he found it disappointing that there was lots of bits he couldn’t access as he was on a...More
We visited when I was 7 weeks into the recovery of a fractured ankle so was partially weight bearing on crutches, this has been an eye opener to disabled facilities. Plenty of benches to rest on around the ship should you become tired or ready...More