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A NIGHT ON THE BATTLESHIP
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Museums in San Pedro
Date(s): 04/01/2017 to 04/02/2017
Day(s): Saturday
Time(s): From April 1st at 4 pm to April 2nd at 10 am (overnight adventure)
Address: 250 S. Harbor Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90731
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Cost: $125.

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Spend the night on the USS Iowa, The Last of the Battleships.

The USS Iowa may have been the first of the Iowa-class battleships to be commissioned, but she was the last battleship to retire permanently.

Once called the "Battleship of Presidents" (having hosted FDR, Reagan, and George H.W. Bush), the USS Iowa had the biggest guns on any U.S. Navy ship, used primarily for anti-aircraft missions: nine 16-inch guns mounted on three stacked turrets on the flight deck (capable of carrying 2000 tons of firepower).

Join Atlas Obscura for a rare and immersive experience aboard the USS Iowa, now known as the Battleship Iowa Museum. In a "sleepover" excursion arranged exclusively for the Los Angeles Obscura Society-and the ONLY civilian adult group EVER to receive permission to do so-we will gather on the permanently moored ship in the late afternoon to receive our safety briefing, get settled into our bunks, and chow down on an early dinner in the mess hall.

We'll then take an extensive tour of the massive warship-which measures 887 feet (about 0.15 nautical miles) in length-through staterooms, command centers, the main galley, and other areas that show what "life at sea" was like for sailors in the Pacific Fleet from the 1940s through the 1980s. And as a special bonus, we'll even gain exclusive access to some areas of this great, gray lady that are not currently open to the public during regular tours.

After a good night's sleep, we'll wake up to breakfast being served and a special Q&A session with actual veterans-some of whom served in the U.S. Navy and on this very same battleship.

Don't miss this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to really experience authentic routines and customs aboard the notorious "Big Stick" of the U.S. Navy, which has retired at the former home of the United States battle fleet from (1919-1940) and, more recently, the Long Beach Naval Shipyard.



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Aquariums & Zoos
CABRILLO MARINE AQUARIUM

3720 Stephen White Drive San Pedro 90731 (310) 548-7562 - Museum/Aquarium Devoted To Promoting Awareness And Knowledge Of The Rich Marine Life Of Southern California Through Exhibits, Programs And Research. Designed By Noted Architect Frank Gehry, The Aquar
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LOS ANGELES MARITIME MUSEUM

S Harbor Blvd & W 6Th St San Pedro, Ca 90731 Berth 84 • Foot Of 6Th Street - Includes Monuments To The Us Navy Heavy Cruiser Los Angeles, And The American Merchant Marine Veterans Memorial. The Pacific Electric Red Car Stops In Front Of The Museum. Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, More ....

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PT. FERMIN PARK AND LIGHTHOUSE

807 Paseo Del Mar San Pedro, Ca 90731 - - A 37 Acre Scenic Park Overlooking The Ocean In The Los Angeles San Pedro Harbor Area. It Is Also The Site Of The Point Fermin Lighthouse. Tours Are Available On Tues - Sunday Afternoons 1-4Pm. They A ....

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WARNER GRAND THEATER

478 W. 6Th Street San Pedro, California 90731 310) 548-7672 - The Warner Grand Theatre Is A Lavish, Art-Deco Theater Opened To The Public On January 20, 1931 During The Magical Decades For Films In The 1920S And 1930S. Jack Warner Called It "The Castle Of Your
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