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Great tour of a retired Aircraft Carrier. Beautiful views. It does require lots of walking so wear comfortable shoes!
USS Lexington, nicknamed "The Blue Ghost", is an Essex-class aircraft carrier built during World War II for the United States Navy. You can walk aware and see a real aircraft carrier
If you like history or like exploring cool places, check out the Lexington! Here you are able to explore the ship, below deck and the flight deck. There are 5 self guided tour routes, a 3D theatre, escape rooms and more! They even have a cafe on board and you can eat there on the ship. Rumor has it…
WWII aircraft carrier & naval museum with airplanes, an IMAX theater showing historic films & more.
This is an awesome tour of an aircraft carrier that has something for all ages to enjoy.
USS Lexington Museum- you pay to go on the tour but it is worth it and can get some amazing pictures. Pier 99 (food/ beverages) is about a block and also budget friendly and beautiful at sunset.
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