The pilgrimage site of military fans San Diego's Midway aircraft carrier
San Diego's must-have USS Midway Island aircraft carrier, there is also a landmark sculpture "Victory Kiss" and the aircraft carrier complement each other, boarding the deck of the 41st aircraft carrier and looking into the After World War II fighters, transport planes, helicopters have a panoramic view, see a lot of retired veterans with yellow hats, here as volunteers to explain to tourists, maintain order, from the words and deeds can be seen that they are soldiers I am proud to have participated in World War II. I can get a wireless tour guide at the entrance. There are Chinese voice, deck, hangar, apron, strategic platform, command post, and officers and men's quarters. You can hear detailed explanations to let us know more vividly. Many details of the battle
The Midway Island Aircraft Carrier Museum was once a symbol of the US Navy. The aircraft carrier Midway, which was officially retired in 1997, has experienced a 42-year military career. Today, visitors can visit the bridges, flight decks, hangars, air traffic control stations, strategic command centers, engine rooms, officers and men's quarters, naval commanders and captain's bedroom. On the deck, there are live performances and a variety of simple rides. Ticket prices: $20 for adults, $15 for students (13-17), $10 for children (5-12), free for children under 5 years of age. Opening hours: Every day from 10 am to 5 pm, the entrance is closed at 4 o'clock. (Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas); The cab stops at 3:30 pm in the busy season.
As a landmark attraction at Navy Pier in San Diego, USS Midway Museum consists of the first Midway class aircraft carrier of the US Navy. In front of the museum stands a colossal sculpture called "Victory Kiss", a much photographed spot and a must see for tourists. You may ascend to the island superstructure located at the flight deck of the carrier, take a look inside the pilothouse and control room, or participate in an engrossing guided tour given by ship veterans. Pay a visit to the carrier's living quarters and get to know the living conditions of navy officers aboard the ship. On the top of the ship are landed fighter jets and helicopters of various sizes. Visitors may also board a trainer jet to experience what it feels like to maneuver a warplane.