Maritime Museum Of San Diego, San Diego
Maritime Museum Of San Diego, San Diego - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 1492 North Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101
Ticket Price: 16 USD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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About Maritime Museum Of San Diego, San Diego
The Maritime Museum of San Diego is housed in the great “Star of India”, a ship that is docked in downtown San Diego on the wonderful waterfront. It is the a huge crowd puller in the city. The Museum houses an American research submarine known as the USS Dolphin Soviet submarine. Along with it are the B-39, and the HMS Surprise.
People of all ages will love this place. You can also go whale watching from here. You can also arrange events like weddings as well as birthdays at the ship so in case you have an important occasion coming up keep this in mind. The various different ships at this harbour are definitely worth exploring.
Maritime Museum Of San Diego Information
- Booking tickets online will be a lot less expensive.
- Make sure you have some time to spend here.
Maritime Museum Of San Diego Ticket Prices
- Seniors (62+), Military with ID, Students (13 – 17 years): 13USD
- Children (3-12 years): 8 USD
- Family (2 adults + 2 children of 3 to 12 years): 43 USD
- Group Tour Tickets: 11USD (adult), 10 USD (children of 17 and under)
Maritime Museum Of San Diego Opening and Closing Hours
- Some ships/museum do close for special events/maintenance.
- Group Tours: 9:30am and 2:00pm (everyday)
How To reach Maritime Museum Of San Diego by Public Transport
- Harbor Drive
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As museums go, it's interesting. There's kind of a fair amount to see and the material is interesting. However there are a lot of exhibits (as of late 2017) that are under construction or renovation making it hard to really take in the ships and understand what the place is about. The location is good, it's probably easier to take a Lyft than to try to park down there, and it's a lovely walk to seaport village if you feel like it. There's not really much food, despite the sign saying there's a cafe, and people who have limited mobility will have a lot of difficulty getting around.
Amazing museum via inside of several different ships and submarines. You get to learn about the different vessels as you walk through them. You can even sign up to actually sail on some of them. My whole family had an amazing time; would love to go again!
Great place to visit. The Soviet submarine looks bad from the outside but it's a great tour if you walk through. I also recommend whale watching from the "America" sail boat. Well kept boat with a nice crew that is full of info.
This is an amazing museum that offers an unforgettable experience. The whole tour can last about 3h through the different ships and both submarines. The crew is great and extremely nice. There's a sovietic submarine with audio guidance telling a very interesting fact about history. Worth the visit
This is an absolutely amazing museum, and I would say to anyone visiting the area to stop here. From the Cold War era Russian sub to the hand made replica of the Spanish galleon, it would be worth twice the cost. I also highly recommend the boat tour. A view of a (usually moored) Nimitz class carrier, several ships of the Pacific Fleet in view, and of course a close up view of the USS Midway, which is just a short walk away from the Maritime Museum. I did both museums in about four hours, but you could so it in half the time if youre fast.