New York's second-tier attraction, Hudson River, near 35 Piers. This museum is the first to be rebuilt with retired carriers, so it's not really a very big carrier, but it's much bigger than the domestic Minsk, what these Soviet carriers are. What's important is that the collection here, at the National Aerospace Museum in Washington, I didn't find any blackbirds. I was told that only in the Florida Museum did I find one here. Human beings are already in the open aircraft (space is not Ha!) The fastest thing to fly! There is also a special exhibition hall where retired space shuttles can be seen. Under the carrier, there is also a decommissioned Concorde aircraft, the only supersonic civil aviation aircraft in history, and a submarine, the first generation nuclear missile submarine, which can carry four nuclear cruise missiles! What an eye-opener! There are many good things on the deck, detailed information on the operation of aircraft carriers in the interior exhibition hall, as well as military operations in which the ship participated, including the Vietnam War...
The Museum mainly displays the aircraft carrier Dreadnought, the Growler submarine and various military fighter helicopters and so on. From a long distance you can see the aircraft carrier parked by the Hudson River. It is recommended to visit the Growler submarine before the aircraft carrier, because the submarine may be closed in advance and the queue time may be longer. Because of its narrow interior, the submarine is visited by a limited number of people in batches. Inside the submarine, you can see the missile launching platform, torpedo launching platform and other equipment. It's cool. The huge aircraft carrier Dreadnought can't be missed. There are many fighter planes and helicopters on the deck. Military fans should like it very much.
The museum is located in the downtown area on the West Pier of Manhattan Island, New York. The Chinese Consulate General in New York is diagonally across the street. It's not far from the megabus station. The museum is built on an aircraft carrier, besides an aircraft carrier, there is also a submarine and a coordinated aircraft. Online ticket shopping is much cheaper than on-site ticket shopping. There are various kinds of aircraft on the carrier deck, aircraft and space vehicle exhibitions in the cabin hangar, interactive analog instruments and instruments, and the cockpit of the aircraft carrier can also be visited. The content of the exhibition is very rich. If you look at it slowly, it will take half a day. There is also a souvenir shop at the exit.
It's worth seeing. There are all kinds of air, sea and sky. It's worth seeing by a family. There are many kinds of planes. There are also simulators to play with, gift shops are good deck is very large and open with the first space shuttle. There is also a submarine.
The Sea, Air and Space Museum of Dreadnought exhibits aircraft carriers, USS Growler submarines and various military fighter aircraft, armed helicopters, coast guard and rescue helicopters, anti-aircraft guns and torpedoes. Huge aircraft carriers docked on the shore and became a beautiful sight along the Hudson River.
This is the last day of our trip to the United States. Friends suggest that we go to see the aircraft carrier moored at 122v, 42st. Although it was a fee ($24 per person), it was immediately approved by everyone. This is a rare opportunity for us old ladies and gentlemen. I'm not talking about it. Maybe I can only watch it lively, but it's really a bit unusual to be able to board this huge thing that used to be a battleship in World War II. Besides looking at the aircraft carrier, you can also visit a submarine that cooperates with the carrier. The restaurant on the carrier has a set meal supply, which is quite acceptable.
The Dreadnought Museum is located on the West Bank of Manhattan. The ship is larger than the Midway Island carrier in the West Bank and has a large number of visitors. Different types of aircraft and helicopters can be visited and boarded for photography. We went there once in the evening and the lighting worked well.
The United States is proud of its first aircraft carrier sailing to the Pacific Ocean, which has served in many important wars for the United States, and now opens its ports as an Aviation Museum in New York. The first time I boarded an aircraft carrier, I felt very magnificent. The deck layers stopped all kinds of planes for various purposes. There were space shuttles and lunar return capsules in the interior, which were very suitable for taking children to visit.
The U.S. Navy carrier, launched in 1943, participated in the Pacific War and was repeatedly attacked by torpedoes and suicide aircraft without sinking. After the war, he also participated in the American space program to help recover satellites and sent fighter planes to land during the Vietnam War to assist. After retirement, the Navy donated it to New York as a museum, parked on the Hudson River, and has since become an important landmark in Manhattan and a favorite attraction for tourists. On the other side of the dock is a long-tailed fish-class submarine, which can also be boarded and visited. There is a ship-borne cruise missile on board. A huge SR-17 blackbird supersonic reconnaissance aircraft, the prototype of Skyfire in Transformers 2, was parked on the deck of the Dreadnought. One of the classic scenes in I Am Legend is Will Smith standing on his wing and playing golf.