Battleship Museums

Battleship Museums by State

Battleships by State
Battleships State City
USS Alabama AL Mobile
USS Iowa (BB-61) CA Los Angeles
USS Utah (BB-31) Memorial HI Honolulu
USS Missouri (BB-63) HI Honolulu
USS Arizona (BB-39) Memorial HI Honolulu
USS Massachusetts (BB-59) MA Fall River
USS North Carolina (BB-55) NC Wilmington
USS New Jersey NJ Camden
USS Texas (BB-35) TX La Porte
USS Wisconsin (BB-64) VA Norfolk
Battleships State City

US Battleship Museums

USS Alabama

Mobile, AL

USS Arizona (BB-39) Memorial

Honolulu, HI

USS Iowa (BB-61)

Los Angeles, CA

After launching in August of 1942, the USS Iowa got to work right away. One of the first tasks given to the USS Iowa was transporting Franklin D. Roosevelt across the Atlantic for an important meeting of Allied leaders in Tehran. She then proceeded to the Pacific theater where she would take part in the battles for Kwajalein, Eniwetok, and the Marshall Islands. She also served as a flagship in Tokyo Bay for the Japanese surrender. The USS Iowa finished the war and continued to also serve in Korea. After serving her country in World War 2, Korea, and throughout the Cold War; the USS Iowa now serves her community. The Iowa has been a museum ship in Los Angeles since ____. Since that time, the Iowa has served as one of the top destinations in the Los Angeles area. Visitors will find the museum is perfect for all ages with both guided and self-guided tours. The museum also offers various other services, be sure to check out their website to learn about hosting an event, field trips, and overnight camping programs.

USS Massachusetts (BB-59)

Fall River, MA

USS Missouri (BB-63)

Honolulu, HI

USS New Jersey

Camden, NJ

USS North Carolina (BB-55)

Wilmington, NC

USS Texas (BB-35)

La Porte, TX

USS Utah (BB-31) Memorial

Honolulu, HI

USS Wisconsin (BB-64)

Norfolk, VA