Easy drive with plenty of parking outside; not too busy and well presented, with lots of veterans as volunteer narrators, very nice sights
Having dropped the Queen Mary on the LA tour because of its military fascination, I found it a pretty good choice. Reception from the door by the old sailors, fully felt their love for the ship, and the tour was full of historical events related to each location. The most interesting thing is that this ship is the Iowa type battleship, so the command space is also large, also let this ship become the Cairo conference when President Roosevelt's ship, and has a unique bathtub ～! Although the opening of the agency department for some, such as San Diego's Midway Island, is not as detailed, I think one day Iowa will be another sightseeing star.
There are veteran volunteers on the tour, very exciting, they will tell their own stories, usually the Vietnam War Fuyi soldiers, living history in front of the. A three-time warship, a city of 2,500 sailors, a 33-knot speed Clippers, a fort that projects 11 tons of projectiles at a time of seven decades of invincible spirit.
It is worth mentioning that the flag (ci) of the surrendered ship (pang) of the Japanese Nagato is also displayed on the IOWA ship. . For seventy years, except for a little yellowing, it has been well preserved.
The biggest battleship of World War II, a must-see for military fans. Although it is a bit far from the city, the silver line can reach the door directly. After boarding the ship, there is a game to find vicky, which is also suitable for children. recommend.