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San Diego: Maritime Museum of San Diego Admission

San Diego: Maritime Museum of San Diego Admission

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From sail, to steam, to submarine, Maritime Museum of San Diego features 500 years of seafaring history on an educational walking tour of this historic fleet.

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Highlights
  • Take an educational voyage back in time
  • See galleries and exhibits below deck
  • Learn about the rich pacific maritime history
  • Marvel at the beautiful views of the San Diego Bay from this waterfront museum
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Start your visit to the Maritime Museum of San Diego with a tour of the 1898 Victorian-era steam ferry boat, Berkeley. See a range of exhibits on the naval and commercial fishing industry history. Learn about navigational exploration and see vintage photography and artwork, military artifacts, and impressive yacht models. After the Berkeley, head down the gangway underwater to the USS Dolphin. Explore the USS Dolphin and see what the world’s deepest dive submarine looks like on the inside. Make your way to the Vietnam-era PCF 816 Swift boat, the 1904 royal steam yacht Medea, and a 1914 Pilot boat. See the replica of the 1452 Spanish galleon Explorer Cabrillo, which sailed into the West Coast. See both the replica galleon and the Californian topsail schooner. Visit the H.M.S. Surprise, the ship used in the award-winning motion picture Master and Commander and Pirates of Caribbean IV movie. Go below deck. See the man-of-war gunnery and remnants, along with wardrobe and props from the film that is exquisitely maintained. The last vessel is the Star, with three decks of treasured exhibits and gallery space. Learn about the history of the great Age of Sail onboard.
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  • Admission ticket
  • All vessel visits and exhibits
    Not suitable for
    • People with mobility impairments
    Covid-19 precautions
    Safety measures in place
    • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned

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    • Comfortable shoes
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    • Unaccompanied minors

    Know before you go

    • Wear comfortable shoes and clothing. Prepare to climb on and off ship decks or climb up and down ship ladders.
    • Food and drinks are not permitted inside the Museum.
    • The ticket booth closes at 4:00 p.m. Last entry into the museum is 4:00 p.m.
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