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USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park Admission Ticket

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Visit the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park for a look into World War II history that lives on in Mobile. With your entrance ticket, you can take a self-guided tour of the USS Alabama and the USS Drum submarine—both National Historic Monuments. Top off your visit with a look at other artifacts in the 100-acre park, including displays of tanks and artillery, and the Aircraft Pavilion.
  • Admission ticket to USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park
  • Set your own pace to explore the two National Historic Monuments
  • Explore the USS Alabama and USS Drum submarine
  • Learn about American World War II history
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Aircraft Pavilion
Self-guided tour
Parking fee ($4 payable on-site)
Optional Flight Simulator ($5 per person)
Food and drinks (snack bar is available to purchase from)

Departure Point

Battleship USS ALABAMA, 2703 Battleship Pkwy, Mobile, AL 36602-8003

Departure Time

1/1/2021 - 12/31/2021
Monday - Sunday:08:00 AM - 06:00 PM
Make your own way to the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park at the time that is convenient for you.

Your self-guided tour can begin anywhere you like in the 100-acre park. Take a look around the USS Alabama and get a feel for life on a battleship during World War II. As you walk around the ship, you can peak into the kitchen, doctor's quarters, radio room, and more. The ship served as a set for the 2016 movie USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage, which starred actor Nicolas Cage. 

Next, check out the USS Drum, the oldest American submarine on display to the public. The submarine was deployed in the Pacific theater, sinking several Japanese warships and providing reconnaissance at Iwo Jima and Okinawa. Continue to the Aircraft Pavilion to view the 28 historic airplanes and military vehicles on display.

Other wars receive recognition at the military park. To honor the 100th anniversary of WWI, the Great War exhibit opened in March 2016, and memorials throughout the park include the Korean Memorial, the Vietnam Memorial, the Fallen Hero’s 9/11 Memorial, and a monument for Military Service dogs.

Check the calendar for special events such as historical reenactments performed by the Living History team every other month.
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Battleship USS ALABAMA
The Battleship Memorial Park is home to two National Historic Landmarks, the WWII Battleship USS Alabama and the Submarine USS Drum. Step back in time and see what life was like aboard these navy vessels.  Explore the Aircraft Pavilion, home to 28 historic aircraft and antique military vehicles. Afterwards, make your way over to the Great War exhibit, which opened in March 2016 in celebration of the 100th anniversary of WWI. Throughout the park you will see memorials honoring modern war veterans including the Fallen Hero’s 9/11 Memorial, the Korean Memorial, the Vietnam Memorial, and a monument honoring Military Service dogs. Spend your time however you desire as this self-guided tour will allow you to discover the park on your own terms.    
Admission Ticket Included
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park App available to download
  • Kennel is available for guests traveling with pets
  • Some of the ship is wheelchair accessible; however, due to lots ladders there are areas of the ship that are not wheelchair accessible
  • Dress code is casual
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
  • OPERATED BY USS ALABAMA Battleship Memorial

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Learn more about cancellations.

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The best!
, Apr 2021
We really enjoyed touring the USS ALABAMA. ITS VERY INTERESTING, getting close up to something so grand that's part of history is awesome experience. We would definitely come back and recommend everyone to see it.
Hands down go
, Apr 2021
We loved the battle ship. Self guiding allowed us to go our own pace. Such a cool thing to experience.
, Apr 2021
Amazing experience! I really recommend it. Make sure you wear comfortable shoes because there are many stairs and lots to see.
Really fun
, Apr 2021
Very informative and lots to do. Great way to spend with family. Recommend wearing good walking shoes.
A great experience!
, Apr 2021
We loved getting to walk through the ship and submarine. Seeing first hand the history! Our favorite parts where going up and down to the different levels. It’s like a whole world on one ship!
Must see
, Mar 2021
The battleship and grounds were great. Staff was very helpful. Nice to see history being preserved. Too bad some in the general public can’t be courteous enough to wear a face mask.
Educational adventure!
, Mar 2021
Seeing the inside of the ship was amazing. My family loved the adventure of climbing up and down all the levels and seeing the living quarters, comma areas, and artillery. Very impressed at this very educational experience!
The simulator ride for...
, Mar 2021
The simulator ride for the 11 year old . Appreciated the chance to experience the sacrifices that were made to keep us free. Great to see and touch history that way! Great air museum.
Living on the Ship
, Mar 2021
I would say it was the way they had to live on the battleship. The sleeping areas and how the food was prepared. It was amazing how many could be on the ship.
We'll be back
, Mar 2021
The history. The men and women who dedicated their time to bring it to the state of Alabama. We didn't have enough time to see all of the outdoor planes and the submarine.

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