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Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum

40 Patriots Point Rd, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464-4377
+1 843-884-2727
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Genuinely moving

Visited the USS Yorktown at Patriots Point and enjoyed a fascinating tour of the aircraft carrier... read more

Reviewed yesterday
martin_mcdowell
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Belfast, United Kingdom
Quick visit.

Stopped by for a very quick visit. To see Fort Sumpter you must take a ferry. A bit costly. USS... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Bill P
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Rochester, New York, United States
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Hours Today: 09:00 - 18:30
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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40 Patriots Point Rd, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464-4377
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Reviewed yesterday

Visited the USS Yorktown at Patriots Point and enjoyed a fascinating tour of the aircraft carrier. Thoroughly recommend the audio tour equipment to get the most out of your visit. The museum is beautifully detailed and the tours are well designed to give you a...More

Thank martin_mcdowell
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Stopped by for a very quick visit. To see Fort Sumpter you must take a ferry. A bit costly. USS Yorktown also moderately priced. We decided not to go as there was not enough time to see the full exhibit. I've heard it's impressive. Sadly...More

Thank Bill P
Reviewed 2 days ago

Great park with lots to see, including the USS Yorktown and access to Fort Sumter. The grounds are nice and open and you can visit a Viet Nam experience, the Yorktown for tours and also a sub and a destroyer. You can spend an hour...More

Thank MaryKop
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We loved our time here!! We were not able to see anything but the USS Yorktown due to time constraints but it was very interesting to see the history and how a ship like that operates. I probably should have known this but the only...More

Thank John 3
Reviewed 3 days ago

We spent well over 6 hours just on the USS Yorktown Alone, Its a Huge ship so have your walking shows on ! There are a total of 4 total Exhibits here for one admission Price.. A Submarine you can go through, A Battleship, The...More

Thank Scott R
Reviewed 3 days ago

We enjoyed touring the captains bridge of the WW2/Vietnam era aircraft carrier. They had a variety of fighter planes from WWII to F14 Tomcat. We visited the submarine (tight). The vietnam era camp was very realistic.

Thank CulinaryTraveler47
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is a truly excellent tourist attraction in the Charleston area and should be placed high on the list of things to do. Our primary goal for putting this on our own list was that my dad was stationed on the USS Yorktown in the...More

Thank AmyandChuck2010
Reviewed 4 days ago

This is a great park with lots to do. It is home to the USS Yorktown aircraft carrier, the USS Laffey destroyer, USS Clamagore submarine and the Viet Nam Experience. This is also where you catch the tour to Fort Sumter, Spiritline harbor cruises and...More

Thank Tennessee50plus
Reviewed 4 days ago

Several people told me to visit Patriots Point when they heard I was heading to Charleston. It is just a short distance from Charleston. We spent 3-4 hours here and could have stayed longer. We followed two tours that were posted. We also bought the...More

Thank Carol765
Reviewed 4 days ago

The highlight of Patriots Point is the preserved aircraft carrier USS Yorktown CV-10 which was launched in January 1943 and served the US Navy until retirement as an anti-submarine carrier in the late 1960's. She was stricken in 1973 but happily was preserved for public...More

Thank Ruth5757
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steveblt
is there a web site for the shop@
24 May 2017|
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Response from Moira D | Reviewed this property |
I have searched the patriot's Point website and there does not seem to be a website just for the shop, however, if you get onto the website and click on Contact Us, there is a U S phone number where you can phone for... More
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steveblt
is there a web site for the shop?
24 May 2017|
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Response from lck1950 | Reviewed this property |
yes search Patriots Point. TripAdvisor would not let me post the link for you.
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bthompson222
My family is going to visit Charleston soon. My Husband will be in a conference all day so I am looking for something to do with the kids. I have six children 10 months on up and I was wondering if it would be possible for us to tour the Yorktown. I will carry the baby in a backpack but I also have a two year old. I guess my question is how easy is it for small children to tour the exhibits?
31 March 2017|
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Response from Patriots_Point_NMM | Property representative |
Thanks for your interest in our museum. I apologize for the delayed response to your question. There are many "ladders" (you would likely call them steep steps) throughout the ships to journey from one level to another... More
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