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Check out our special Tour Guide Talks for the month of February, including a talk about the Tuskegee Airmen and their legacy. http://bit.ly/16TUPG2
The Intrepid Museum offers Guided Tours of specific spaces in the Museum and focusing on certain stories and information about Intrepid, Growler, Concorde, and Enterprise. Prices are $20 per adult, $15 per senior (62+ w/valid ID) and child/youth (3-17), and $10 for Museum Members.
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Get excited for Kids Week 2016 at the Intrepid Museum! Watch this video to learn more about what to expect this year: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ur-dneaHAYw
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Registration is now open for two Teacher Professional Development Days at the Intrepid Museum. RSVP now: http://bit.ly/YMoGiG
The Intrepid Museum offers programs for teacher professional development, and workshops and tours for school groups. Find resources for teachers to take to their classrooms, learn how to book a Museum Workshop and find professional development opportunities.
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Here’s a fun video about the Four Forces of Flight with one of our educators, Tom: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8NeW6A-LR4  
 
You can find this and more in our free iPhone app, Mission Intrepid: Explore Enterprise: http://bit.ly/ExpEnterprise
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Intrepid former crew member Frank J. Osinski Jr. visited the Museum last month to sit down for an oral history with our Curator of History, Jessica Williams.

While here, he visited our Collections Storage Facility, and got to see the scrapbook from his time aboard Intrepid (1965-1967), which he donated to the Museum this past summer. Some of the photos from his scrapbook can be seen in the exhibition City at Sea: USS Intrepid.

Thank you for your service, Frank, and for being such a great supporter of the Museum!
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New York City DOE Educators are invited to register for Making the Personal Historical: Oral Histories in the Classroom, a P-Credit course taking place at the Intrepid Museum on March 5 and April 2. Registration is now open; click here for more information: http://bit.ly/YMoGiG
The Intrepid Museum offers programs for teacher professional development, and workshops and tours for school groups. Find resources for teachers to take to their classrooms, learn how to book a Museum Workshop and find professional development opportunities.
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Elba a School Teacher in Bronx. a close friend of my moms. after everything she still managed to become a teacher.
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We are honored to announce that we received an exciting grant for an upcoming project, called Intrepid Museum: Bringing History to Life. The grant, awarded by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP), will allow the Museum to create three-dimensional scans of the entire ship. More information: http://bit.ly/1ZEE7SS
Stay informed about the latest news from the Intrepid Museum, including public events; new exhibition openings; updates to the collection including Intrepid, Growler, Enterprise and Concorde; programming details; and information about anniversaries and events in Intrepid’s history.
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Our exhibition On the Line: Intrepid and the Vietnam War is on display now, with portions of the exhibition scattered throughout the ship. Have you seen the exhibition yet? What are your thoughts? http://bit.ly/1hWnkfs
On October 16, 2015, the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum will unveil On the Line: Intrepid & the Vietnam War, a major exhibition exploring the events and impact of the Vietnam War through the lens of Intrepid’s history.
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Did you know? U.S. veterans and active and retired U.S. military receive free admission to the Intrepid Museum, thanks to the generosity of Bank of America! http://bit.ly/1c5UaDc
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They shouldn't need a bank, or anyone, to provide this for them; veterans should be allowed free admission to anywhere they damn well want to go in this country, except for reasons of national security.
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Applications for our GOALS for Girls summer intensive have just opened! The program provides female students with mentors in the STEM field, equips them with key skills and resources needed for success in STEM fields, and encourages the pursuit of STEM-centric careers and studies. Click here for more information: http://bit.ly/1rfFQMo
GOALS for Girls stands for Greater Opportunities Advancing Leadership and Science for Girls. The free, six-week camp is application-based and for current 8th and 9th grade girls from New York City schools. The mission of the Camp G.O.A.L.S. for Girls program is to build proficiency in math and science skills while drawing on resources from the Intrepid Museum exhibits, visits with partner educational institutions and meetings with female scientis...
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As we start a new year, look back at the history of USS Intrepid and the ship’s service in three different wars: http://www.intrepidmuseum.org/intrepidsjourney.aspx
Intrepid served in the U.S. Navy for over three decades and played a role in World War II, the Cold War, the Space Race and the Vietnam War. After this storied career, Intrepid was decommissioned in 1974 and later opened as a museum.
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The Intrepid Museum has lots of great plans for 2016. Click here to see what we have in store: http://bit.ly/1SvcueQ

What are you looking forward to?
Stay informed about the latest news from the Intrepid Museum, including public events; new exhibition openings; updates to the collection including Intrepid, Growler, Enterprise and Concorde; programming details; and information about anniversaries and events in Intrepid’s history.
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Intrepid sea air space muesum has alot of things for 2016.

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Flight museum on an aircraft carrier whose exhibits include a Concorde, submarine & space shuttle.- Google
"Crowded, not organised, overpriced place with relatively small exposition."
"It is hands down the best Star Trek experience ever!"
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Shabbir Hussain
a week ago
It was a little bummer for the hype. Simulators: Out of 3 simulators I would recommend ONLY one G-Force encounter. Rest are boring and old as a marry-go-round. Space shuttle hanger: Might be interesting to see the shuttle from outside. No inside access was disappointing. Submarine: A recommendation for museum team is to add more interactions in there. -Maybe let people send messages using radio -Use periscope -Lay on bed -Or do something. Other than that it was monotonous walk around it.
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Angela Morley
a month ago
We took a day trip down to NYC specifically to see this museum. We're from Massachusetts, and have seen many battleships and destroyers at other nearby museums. We were excited to see what a carrier would be like, but we were VERY disappointed. The curators at this museum have gone out of their way to provide a lot of information to the public, exhibits, etc. These are nice, but they've done so by completely gutting the carrier and preventing access to the lower decks or to any features of the carrier itself. We were disappointed because the ship has been turned into a metal building, rather than embracing and showing off the ship for what it is. I asked one of the young ladies up at the bridge why it seemed the ship was gutted. She explained that NYC building codes restrict access because it's a "building on its side". Rubbish. They just don't want tourists futzing and breaking things that they have to fix. If you're looking for a general museum of WWII stuff, planes, and the space shuttle, this is great. But if your idea of the weekend getaway was to pack flashlights, go visit an ancient ship and explore what it has to offer, you will be very disappointed at this renovated, glorified floating office building.
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Robert Raught
3 weeks ago
Spent an hour here exploring the Intrepid. The movie was nice and informative. It was crowded but not too bad. It was a once in a lifetime experience to see the old history and technology. It could use a few more signs, I did get lost a couple of times when trying to return to the main deck. Also, refreshment prices were a bit too much as it was very hot out and we had to pay a lot to get hydrated.
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Patrick Yaghmour
2 months ago
My wife and I had a great time at the Intrepid. It was an educational experience made fun the ability to actually step back in history. Climbing some of the original ship ladders and viewing the preserved rooms is something you can't do elsewhere. It's great for kids or adults with activities directed at both. I also loved visiting the Enterprise, a real piece of the space program (even if it didn't go to space). If only we could go inside! The dining experience wasn't great - the lines were long and the service disorganized - but it wasn't horrible either.
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Holly Eng
3 weeks ago
This museum was fun to explore as there are so many nooks and crannies on the ships and submarine. You don't need to be a history buff to enjoy this place as how often do you get such access? Family friendly and best enjoyed on a warm day with sunny skies so that you can enjoy the view and outdoor exhibits. You will have to pay extra for certain special exhibits but I still spent a good few hours just exploring the regular admission access and still didn't get to see everything.
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LightRealms
2 weeks ago
Its small and not the most organized but hey, after driving in NYC to get there it will seem really organized. They have some cool planes there including the Concorde and that black bird thing. Its also next to a good place to have lunch. Overall A 3.5 star rating from me but google doesn't let me do that so Ill just give it 4! If you are a tourist looking for fun then you should go there.
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Kyle Moreno
a week ago
What an awesome experience here so much past knowledge and facts. I would definitely come back here again when I have the chance the space shuttle was a nice touch and worth the price. However the submarine part of the trip was a complete mess haha literally a 45 minute line just to get inside. Overall excellent museum.
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Amarjit Dhamrait
a week ago
So much to see and do. it was very cool walk inside the carrier and see the private quarters that the men and woman have to live in both the ship and the submarine. Watch your head when you walk around. Large selection of plans bring you to awe when you see up close.