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The Carrier Museum is worth visiting. Although it is a retired carrier, it is all the template of that year. Except for the engine and the main air control, it is the same as when it was in service. Museum guidance is doing very well, leading a Chinese interpreter, along the way, input the corresponding number can listen to the explanation. There are also Chinese maps to assist, will not feel confused at all. The whole carrier is divided into three layers. Buy tickets and enter from the middle layer. There are two VR experience games parked in the old aircraft. You can experience them at your own expense. Upstairs deck area is completely restored to the combat configuration, aircraft and helicopters are more advanced, visiting the Naval Academy graduation ceremony on this day, the scene to see the students thank their families for the teacher is still a little touched. At the same time, there are the captain's room and battle command room on the top floor. The aircraft carrier in 1945 was very advanced at that time. At the bottom are soldiers'leisure meals and medical rooms. It feels like the whole trip is still a long journey and worth visiting.

USS Midway Museum
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Carrier is one of the few scenic spots that must be visited to San Diego, especially the Chinese people with national defense plots. It is envious to see that other people built such a complex big fellow decades ago. Parking: We rented a car and drove by ourselves. We could drive directly to the parking lot beside the carrier. We could stop at any price of $10. There was a charge for the card at the entrance. Otherwise, the parking lot with a Navy kiss on the right side of the front 100 meters is also a meter, which can be coined or swiped. Payments are paid by the hour first and then countdown, as if it were two knives per hour. Tickets: 20 dollars a person, absolute value, really inexpensive, especially compared to domestic tourist attractions: after entering the spiral ladder, there will be a photo link, will give you a number, the last time you leave, you can go to the service desk to collect photos, 10 dollars a piece, for those who like to commemorate this visit can buy, otherwise it is not meaningful, a picture 10 dollars is too expensive. You can pick up the voice commentator at the service desk first, and play it in Chinese. When you look at the number at any place, you can enter the number and the commentator will play automatically. Sightseeing suggestions: Follow the guide board, the internal hangar, and then the sailor dormitory... One cabin after another can be visited for a long time, restaurants, medical rooms, laundries and so on. It is really admirable for such a complex design. It is really the embodiment of superpower national strength. Then get on the plane splint, some of the older planes take photos, many of them can sit directly in close range to see; finally go on the command tower, limit the number of people to enter in batches, there are old retired Navy to explain, see there is nothing very special inside. Finally, you can see the surrounding seascapes on the aircraft carrier splint, the Colorado Bridge, two other aircraft carriers on the other side, and the famous sculpture of the sailor's kiss on the left. The blue sky and white clouds are beautiful. Just as we met the Chinese Navy medical ship, we stopped at a berth of more than 100 meters. It was very exciting to see our country's big ship and go to find our own navy photo.