S S Jeremiah O'brien232 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: Pier 45, The Embarcadero & Taylor St, Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco, United States
- Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4159428052
- Ticket Price: 12 USD
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Cruise
Named after the American Revolutionary War ship captain Jeremiah O'Brien, this Liberty Ship is one of the only remaining crafts from the armada that stormed Normandy in WWII. Today, she’s a tourist attraction that sails daytime cruises several times a year. On days she is not sailing the ship is open to visitors throughout the year. Visitors will be able to check out the deck, machine room, command bridge, and crew cabins.
Entrance Ticket Details For S S Jeremiah O'brien
- Seniors (62+): $8
- Juniors (6-14 years): $6
- Children under 6: Free
- Military with ID: Free
- Family: $25
S S Jeremiah O'brien Hours
- Closed on Thanksgiving.
How to Reach S S Jeremiah O'brien
- Cable Car: Powell-Hyde line
- Streetcar: Line F
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1.12% of people who visit San Francisco include S S Jeremiah O'brien in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
80% of people start their S S Jeremiah O'brien visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see S S Jeremiah O'brien
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting S S Jeremiah O'brien
S S Jeremiah O'brien Reviews & Ratings
The history that is contained in the ship is amazing. Definitely worth your time to reflect on not only the ship but the WWII era. The sacrifices that went into making these ships was incredible. Ideal for all ages, but make sure to keep the little ones close to you in the engine room. There are some steep stairs and narrow passages that may not be suitable for everyone, but there is plenty to see and reflect upon.
A must see experience in San Francisco. The story of the ship and simply being on this vessel is an incredible experience. The volunteers are absolutely awesome people, and they were delighted to fill me in on anything that came up. Make sure to check out the engine room and the crew quarters...and everything. See everything. Great for anyone interested in history.
Fascinating history. If you go (totally worth the $20) be sure to watch the movie in the museum. So thankful for all the brave men who served on her to deliver supplies and soldiers during WWII.
We LOVED this ship and the wonderful diorama that is in the museum. Our only disappointment was that their Gift Shop is not open due to not having a vendor willing to do it. Other than that, it was a great experience!
Amazing gem. Everyone should experience this. It's very warm in the engine room but totally worth it.