Intrepid sea, air and space museum, New York City, United states, North america
  • Phone: +1-2122450072
  • Ticket Price: 31 USD
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
    Details
    March
    Open

    Everyday

    10:00 am - 05:00 pm
    Preferred

    Everyday

    12:00 pm - 04:00 pm
    • Sightseeing

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    Address: Pier 86 W 46th St and 12th Ave, New York, NY 10036, United States Show on map

About Intrepid Sea, Air And Space Museum, New York City

Address: Pier 86 W 46th St and 12th Ave, New York, NY 10036, United States Show on map
  • Sightseeing

Added 105633 times in trip plans

  • Phone: +1-2122450072
  • Ticket Price: 31 USD
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
    Details
    March
    Open

    Everyday

    10:00 am - 05:00 pm
    Preferred

    Everyday

    12:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Intrepid is a large aircraft carrier and on it you will find the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space museum. The Museum is dedicated towards spreading awareness. Its main mission is also the understanding of history, service and science and to bridge the gap between people’s information of these things.

It also looks at honoring the heroes of the American history through its vast collection and lovely displays and exhibition. When in New York you should definitely join them for a fun and interactive experience. Must Visit New York City Itinerary 2 Weeks

A uniquely conceptualised museum, the Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum in New York city attracts a lot of attention. While the museum is self explanatory, picking up tickets for Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum tours will help you understand the place better. As you buy tickets for Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum tours, you get to have an easy access to the attractions along with other benefits. Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum ticket prices are quite affordable in comparison to the value that they render. Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum tickets benefit you with knowledge about the science, history and service of modes of transport used in three categories.

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Intrepid Sea, Air And Space Museum Information

  • All guests under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult for entry into the Museum.

Intrepid Sea, Air And Space Museum Tickets Prices

  • Intrepid Only- Adult: $24
  • Seniors/US College students: $20
  • Youth (7-17): $19
  • Child (3-6): $12
  • Veterans: $17
  • Free for Active/Retired U.S Military personnel and Kids under 3.

Intrepid plus Space Shuttle Pavilion-

  • Adult: $31
  • Seniors/US College students: $27
  • Youth (7-17): $24
  • Child (3-6): $17
  • Veterans: $24

Free for Active/Retired U.S Military personnel and Kids under 3.

How To Get To Intrepid Sea, Air And Space Museum by Public Transport

  • Bus stop on 12th Avenue 46th Street
  • 42 Street Metro
  • Midtown Ferry at 39th Street

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  • Great place, very big to get around and plenty to see. Definitely worth a visit so much to learn. Great selection of planes and helicopters to learn about, each one has a bit of history and data about them. In the main display there is a kamikaze theater recreation, giving an sense of what it would be like to live through these horrific attacks. Giving first person accounts of what occurred and how the attacks were handled. The best part for me wasn't even the reason I went there and that was the submarine growler. I would advise anyone going here to see this if you can, there are mobility and height restrictions as it's a submarine and hasn't been made 'tourist friendly'. The initial tour guide was fantastic, he served on a sister ship to the growler and gave his first hand memories of what life was like on this class of submarine. After this you could walk through the submarine and take pictures etc. Be warned though it is narrow and you have to go single file. There is also a concorde here that you can pay more to tour around (I didn't) or you can walk around outside for free. Seeing the space shuttle is also worth the extra money, you can't go into the shuttle but you can view it from all sides and there is extensive information and displays about the missions. I would highly recommend anyone going to this museum if you are interested in history/space or the military. The best bit of advice I could give is when you first arrive look at the queue for the submarine, if there isn't one go there immediately otherwise you may end up waiting a long time to get in as they obviously have to limit the number of people entering at anyone time.

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  • Pretty cool place! The ship is absolutely MASSIVE and there are so many interesting parts of it. I regret that I didn't get to go on the sub, but there was a really long line. The flight deck and the airplanes are amazing and it's such a fun and interactive experience. This was my first time here and I definitely want to come here again!

  • It was a little bummer for the hype. Simulators: Out of 3 simulators I would recommend ONLY one G-Force encounter. Rest are boring and old as a marry-go-round. Space shuttle hanger: Might be interesting to see the shuttle from outside. No inside access was disappointing. Submarine: A recommendation for museum team is to add more interactions in there. -Maybe let people send messages using radio -Use periscope -Lay on bed -Or do something. Other than that it was monotonous walk around it.

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  • This museum was fun to explore as there are so many nooks and crannies on the ships and submarine. You don't need to be a history buff to enjoy this place as how often do you get such access? Family friendly and best enjoyed on a warm day with sunny skies so that you can enjoy the view and outdoor exhibits. You will have to pay extra for certain special exhibits but I still spent a good few hours just exploring the regular admission access and still didn't get to see everything.

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  • We took a day trip down to NYC specifically to see this museum. We're from Massachusetts, and have seen many battleships and destroyers at other nearby museums. We were excited to see what a carrier would be like, but we were VERY disappointed. The curators at this museum have gone out of their way to provide a lot of information to the public, exhibits, etc. These are nice, but they've done so by completely gutting the carrier and preventing access to the lower decks or to any features of the carrier itself. We were disappointed because the ship has been turned into a metal building, rather than embracing and showing off the ship for what it is. I asked one of the young ladies up at the bridge why it seemed the ship was gutted. She explained that NYC building codes restrict access because it's a "building on its side". Rubbish. They just don't want tourists futzing and breaking things that they have to fix. If you're looking for a general museum of WWII stuff, planes, and the space shuttle, this is great. But if your idea of the weekend getaway was to pack flashlights, go visit an ancient ship and explore what it has to offer, you will be very disappointed at this renovated, glorified floating office building.

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