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American Victory Ship
Today 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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705 Channelside Dr Tampa, FL 33602
705 Channelside DriveUSFloridaTampa33602
MuseumToday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PMSaturday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PMSunday 12:00 – 5:00 PMMonday 12:00 – 5:00 PMTuesday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PMWednesday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PMThursday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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Fully restored warship from WWII & the Vietnam War now housing exhibits on maritime history.- Google
"...fine folks who maintain the ship and to those who served during wartime."
"Maybe the items in the museum are interesting to a big naval/WWII buff..."
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Joe Achberger
4 months ago
OUTSTANDING !! ,.....I will certainly be going again and again, I recently had family visiting and toured the ship when we went to Tampa Aquarium , it was hot and humid so the kids didn't last too long , I could spend a week there. I've always been fascinated by big ships and WW2 history so I'm sure I will go back as often as I can. Hats off to the fine folks who maintain the ship and to those who served during wartime. I'm not sure if they take the ship out , but I would love to sail aboard such a wonderful piece of history. The fact that you tour the ship on your own is great , but I saw a few aboard that might have served in WW2 , they answer questions and they deserve your thanks when you meet them. I will be there "exploring " and day dreaming of what it would be like to serve on a vessel that was so important to our freedom and security,...Thanks to all Vets ,.....don't miss this attraction when visiting Tampa,....I'm sure you will love it.
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Josh Martinez
4 months ago
Getting to walk around on my own, and look at everything at my own pace was amazing. Everything on there is pretty much open, and you can see whatever you like. I highly recommend seeing this piece of history.
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Kirk Abolafia
6 months ago
self-toured visits are honestly the best. such a cool thing to see and so much history.
Jon Edwards
a year ago
Great experience! Self guided tour lets you take your time exploring a great piece of the past!
Taylor Sisson
3 months ago
Awful! There is no AC (not even a fan, except for one at the entrance) which given the hot Florida summers means its absolutely miserable. It's cash only, so make sure you have cash on hand. There is no one in the museum to give you any information, all you do is follow some faded arrows taped to the floor. Maybe the items in the museum are interesting to a big naval/WWII buff, but I thought they were pretty dull. This is nothing compared to the USS Constitution in Boston.
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Iris Gerzenshtein
3 months ago
Very cool place and my boyfriend loved it but it was soo hot and the fans weren't working which made it very uncomfortable
Ed Cicha
5 months ago
Eye opening thirll adventure exploring history
Sean Anderson
5 years ago
I loved this ship! It's really not that hard to find..idk why people had such issues with it. It clearly states it's located behind the FL museum so you just follow the path & signs down to it. I was there for two hours walking through it which surprised me. It's very open and there aren't employees hovering over your shoulder to watch you. I got a lot of cool shots because nothing is roped off except lower cargo areas and the engine room (although you could see part of the engine room). While we were there they actually were doing a lesson on the life boats so we got to see them moving them & lowering them down. Nice people running it as well, mostly veterans. Definitely worth going to! :)
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