We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The history of Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum began in June 1975 when the legendary aircraft carrier USS Yorktown entered Charleston Harbor. A few months later, the USS Yorktown was dedicated as the first ship of the Naval & Maritime Museum...more
All reviews vietnam experience aircraft carrier flight deck medal of honor museum patriots point engine room self guided these ships hanger deck vietnam war mess hall sound effects steep stairs audio tour destroyer laffey fort sumter sticky fingers
Great place to walk around and see the sights from the waterfront. City did a great job creating a beautiful park, tribute to our Veterans and a playground for the kids! Oh and forget to mention a great place to walk your dog too! I’ll...More
My wife and I really enjoyed Patriots Point. We arrived around 10am in heavy fog and sh carrier was BARELY able too be viewed from the shore. That was something cool to see! A very well done exhibit and the volunteers were great. We toured...More
This was an awesome adventure today! The self guided tours allow you to look through everything at your own pace. Although it was a little chilly out we spent the entire day here looking at all the cool things the museum has to offer. The...More
First of all, prepare to spend the better augerpart of a day touring the three vessels and the Vietnam exhibit. There is also a lot of walking and stair navigation to see everything (or almost everything in my wife my experience). That being said, it...More
This was so interesting and well worth the ticket price. I’m not a huge history buff and I thoroughly enjoyed it. To be fair, I think I liked the smaller ship and submarine. The main ship was a little overwhelming!
Got deal on tickets at visitor center, had to pay to park car but the money goes to support the museum, Lots of history, different types of planes, review of aircraft carrier history plus other classes of ships and how crew worked. More to look...More
Terrific floating museum of naval history. We spent almost 4 hours touring all three vessels and left appreciating the sacrifice and hard work of our military personnel and admiring more those who see combat and have the courage to endure.
The staff were very helpful...More