Does your family enjoy learning about American naval history? Then a trip to the USS Midway Museum in San Diego is the perfect day trip for you! The ship is known as the longest-serving aircraft carrier of the 20th century and is now open to the public as an interactive museum experience. At EZ Rent A Van, we love helping our customers find awesome new things to see and do in San Diego, so today we’re discussing this awesome opportunity!
What to Expect
When you visit the USS Midway Museum, you can expect to board a real aircraft carrier that once housed more than 4,500 crew members of the U.S. Navy. The enormous ship offers a range of interactive exhibits including a self-guided audio tour, a virtual reality experience, and numerous restored aircraft. You’ll get a sense of what life was like out at sea as you explore the ship’s living quarters, galleys, sleeping quarters, and even the officer’s personal living space.
Know Before You Go
We recommend purchasing your tickets ahead of time through Embarcadero Adventure Offers, as you can qualify for additional discounts for other activities in San Diego. Tickets are $26 per adult, $18 per child, and free for children 5 years old and under. However, there are additional discounts for active duty military, so be sure to ask if you qualify for free or discounted admission. All visitors are subject to a bag check, as outside food and drink are prohibited and no weapons may be brought aboard. We also recommend planning to stay at least three to four hours so you can get the full experience, and dressing comfortably as you’ll be doing a lot of walking and navigating ladders.
Ready for a day at the USS Midway Museum? Check out the USS Midway Museum website for even more information to plan your day. If you need a van rental for your visit to the museum or your California vacation, call EZ Rent A Van. We have a wide range of quality rental vans that includes minivans, 12-passenger vans, 15-passenger vans, and more. Contact us today at our San Diego location at (760) 846-6223 to make a reservation.