Intrepid Sea, Air And Space Museum, New York City
Intrepid Sea, Air And Space Museum, New York City - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Pier 86 W 46th St and 12th Ave, New York, NY 10036, United States
Ticket Price: 31 USD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Intrepid Sea, Air And Space Museum, New York City
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.
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 Ticket 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 reach Intrepid Sea, Air And Space Museum by Public Transport
- Bus stop on 12th Avenue 46th Street
- 42 Street Metro
- Midtown Ferry at 39th Street
Restaurants Near Intrepid Sea, Air And Space Museum
- P D O’Hurley’s
- New York Picnic Co Inc
- Daisy May’s BBQ
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Very nice place to visit if you are military enthusiasts or anyone who’s interested in how military technology has improved. Very impressed about the technology that was realized more than 60 years ago. Visitors were from all different age range and nationalities. The level of details in the special Drone section was quite limited. I think it was meant for general public so the technology was not described in much detail. But surely a great place to see how drone has developed. Very very impressed and was grateful for such opportunity. I have already recommended this place to dozens of my friends. Thank you guys!
One of the worst museums. Entrance fee is $33 per person. Most of the displays are really dated. You are NOT allowed to see the concord. Closed! The space shuttle display is awful. A souvenir store is all it is. The aircraft carrier most interesting sections are closed. Fire safety I was told. Don’t waste your time or money on this museum!
I really enjoyed visiting the submarine. For those going with children: it is quite orientated to children in some parts BUT the main focus is and remains mostly war, sacrifices, duty etc. As much as it must be very very fun to see all these war machines, it might not be what you want your children to be educated about. The space part on top of the ship could be bigger, though seeing the Enterprise was awesome. Even the drone exhibition presented a lot more content to discover and read. Still, it is truly great to have the opportunity to visit such a warship!
Incredible. It's got something for everyone. I enjoyed the mini planetarium and the recreation of the crew's quarters and discussion of what it was like when they lived in such close quarters, the explanation of food and water usage and rationing. My grandfather worked/lived on a sub during his time in the Navy so it was really interesting. My daughter loved the Explorium - where everything is hands on and you can 'drive' helicopters and navigate planes using simulations.
It is very interesting to visit a submarine to get an idea about the life-work conditions of the military sailor. The best word - extreme!! Four levels of beds in a cabin of four square meters. Not surprisingly that relatively spacious torpedo compartment was considered to be the most desired place for sleep and relaxation. Right next to the torpedo. Must see.