Space Shuttle at the Intrepid now part of the New York Pass
The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum if one of New York’s most popular destinations for military, technology, naval and space enthusiasts. The Museum attracts visitors to its large aircraft carrier, the USS Intrepid, which was used during by the US Navy during World War II. The ship now contains thousands of artifacts dedicated to naval technology as well as a plethora of war memorabilia.
Apart from the USS Intrepid, the museum showcases other ships and air-craft, as well as the Space Shuttle Enterprise, a now retired orbiter from NASA’s 1970s Space Shuttle Program. The Space Shuttle Pavilion at the Intrepid contains lots of interactive technology, as well as NASA memorabilia, for all the space travel geeks.
We are pleased to announce that the Space Shuttle Pavilion, as well as any special exhibits at the Intrepid are now fully included in the New York Pass for no additional charge.
You can visit the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum daily between 10am and 5pm, at West 46th Street & 12th avenue. Instead of walking from Times Square, you can now take the Midtown Loop on the Big Bus Hop on, Hop off bus and get off at the Circle Line Sightseeing stop.
In order to plan your trip more efficiently, try the new tool on our website which helps you search attractions by area, so you can visit everything within walking distance of the Intrepid.
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