S.S. Lane Victory, Los Angeles
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World War II could not have been won if supplies could not have provisioned the armies and navies. Merchant mariners and ships accomplished this mission. The Lane is the last survivor of over 60 AP2 7... read more »
This is an awesome museum and if you are interested in WW2 or Naval history, this is a must-see. The S.S. Lane Victory is the last and only example of the 4000+ Victory-class merchant marine ships fro... read more »
Mais um navio histórico no porto de San Pedro. Se você estiver no USS Iowa pode pegar o bondinho que atravessa a orla de San Pedro, descer no final da linha e caminhar mais um pouco para chegar no Vic... read more »Another historic ship in the port of San Pedro. If you are in the USS Iowa can take the cable car that crosses the edge of San Pedro, down at the end of the line and walk a little further to get to Victoria.show original
An amazing experience to visit this historic ship. The crew is doing a great job to keep her " ship shape" but it is an expensive endeavor and they need your help. Pay your admission, take your tour and then leave an additional donation. Don't forget to ring the bell after you make your donation... You deserve it.
I didn't know they had cancelled the cruises. Too bad because I did go on one of the cruises Some time back & it was such a marvelous experience. There was WW 11 music & dancers dressed in the style of the year as were the men who wore uniforms. We went all the way out to Catalina & on the way back viewed a mock air battle. Very sorry that they don't do it anymore.
Well laid out with exhibits and memorabilia. But website is dated -- talks about the 2014 cruises being cancelled when it is now 2016. (They should be fund-raising in order to restore the engines etc.) And their small US flags are worn, torn and tattered. Still, a very worthwhile destination.
A great place to see a true piece of WW2 history!
very nice authentic historic museum that displays WWII historic collectables and a lower level of historic machines that were used on the ship it self , scheduled air show, and a enjoyable surroundings of music, and people as well as staff volunteers
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