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Note: Entrance is for general admission only. It does not include admission to the Space Shuttle Pavilion. You may upgrade to the Space Shuttle Pavilion directly at the Museum if you wish.
The new Intrepid Museum is an interactive complex that should not be missed, no matter what your age or affinity for military vessels. Located at the new Pier 86 park facility, this attraction boasts 30 restored aircraft, a submarine, and a British Airways Concorde jet!
Explore four levels of the storied aircraft carrier and learn what it was like to be onboard in wartime. Artifacts and exhibits bring the experience to life. Educational? Yes. Fun? Absolutely.
HoursOctober 1-March 31: Tuesday-Sunday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm; April 1-September 30: Monday-Friday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm; Saturday, Sunday and Holidays: 10:00 am-6:00 pm
ClosingsThanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. All holiday hours are subject to change without notice.
Redemption InstructionsProceed to the Will Call booth to present your New York Explorer Pass.
Included Extra(s)Skip the Line!
AddressOne Intrepid Square W. 46th Street and 12th Avenue New York, NY 10019
Public TransportationBy Subway: Take the A, C, E, 1, 2, 3, N, Q, R, W, 7 or S train to 42nd Street and walk west to the Hudson River (12th Ave). Walk 4 blocks north to Intrepid. By Bus: Take the cross-town buses west. M42(42nd street) or M50 (49th Street) to 12th Avenue and the Hudson River. Intrepid is a short walk north from the M42 stop. The M50 drops off in front of the Intrepid.
A visit to the Intrepid Museum is like traveling back to the conflict-ridden 20th century. This exhibition features a Harrier jet, capable of vertical takeoffs and landings, a Blackbird spy plane, an F-14 Tomcat, a Phantom, and a MiG 21. It’s worth the trip just to see the infamous Concorde jet, a commercial airliner famous for its incredibly short trips from both London and Paris to New York. The Concorde first saw flight in 1976, with its transatlantic service coming to a dramatic end in 2003 following a fatal Air France crash.
The USS Growler, which sits across the pier from Intrepid Museum, is the only American strategic missile submarine made open to the public. Visitors can go below deck to check out the once top-secret missile command center, torpedo rooms, attack center, and even the crew’s mess hall!
In addition to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum’s massive and permanent mainstays, it also features informational exhibits such as Inspiration and Industry: American Women on the Home Front, and various lectures and short-term themed events such as Girls in Science and Engineering Day.
Be sure to check out the Intrepid Museum’s Exploreum, a 13,000 foot interactive exhibition space on the deck of the Intrepid. Designed for children of all ages, the Exploreum allows visitors to delve into four zones: water, air, space, and life at sea.
Guided tours are available at the Intrepid Museum, as well as audio tours in seven languages. And don’t leave without checking out one of Intrepid’s awesome simulators!
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