The Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum is a museum in New York City dedicated to maritime, aerospace and military history.
You will be able to examine original artifacts, view historical video footage and explore interactive exhibits:
- The Intrepid Carrier: Launched in 1943, this former intrepid USS carrier fought in the Second World War, surviving five suicide attacks and one torpedo attack.
- The Space Shuttle Pavilion: It features the Space Shuttle Enterprise, NASA’s orbital prototype that paved the way for the success of the American Space Shuttle Program.
- The US Growler Submarine: The only American guided missile submarine open to the public, it offers visitors a first-hand look at life on board a submarine.
- British Airways Concorde: Record aircraft, the Concorde Alpha Delta G-BOAD, is on display at Pier 86 of the Intrepid Museum.