Rainbow Band
Intrepid
Guided Tours
Exhibits
       Aircraft Carrier Intrepid
       Space Shuttle Pavilion
       Submarine Growler
       British Airways Concorde
Current Exhibitions
Past Exhibitions
Aircraft Collection
Exploreum Hall
Simulators
Collections
Oral History Project
Intrepid Souvenir Photos
Video Gallery
Purchase Tickets
About Us
Space Shuttle Pavilion
Membership
Gift Cards
Volunteer
Seats of Honor
Careers
Home > The Intrepid Experience > Exhibits
Exhibits
social media
Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram
Seperator
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is dedicated to the exhibition and interpretation of history, science and service as related to its home aboard the aircraft carrier Intrepid, a National Historic Landmark. As you explore the Museum you will be able to examine original artifacts, view historic video footage and explore interactive exhibits.
 
Aircraft Carrier Intrepid

Launched in 1943, the former aircraft carrier USS Intrepid fought in World War II, surviving five kamikaze attacks and one torpedo strike. The ship later served in the Cold War and the Vietnam War. Intrepid also served as a NASA recovery vessel in the 1960s. It was decommissioned in 1974, and today is berthed on the Hudson River as the centerpiece of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.
  Space Shuttle Pavilion

The Space Shuttle Pavilion showcases the space shuttle Enterprise, the prototype NASA orbiter that paved the way for America’s successful space shuttle program. Seventeen dynamic exhibit zones feature original artifacts, photographs, audio, and films that immerse visitors in the science and history of Enterprise and the space shuttle era.
 
Submarine Growler

Growler first opened at the Intrepid Museum in 1989 and is the only American guided missile submarine open to the public. Growler offers visitors a firsthand look at life aboard a submarine and a close-up inspection of the once "top-secret" missile command center.
  British Airways Concorde

The fastest Atlantic Ocean crossing by any Concorde occurred on February 7, 1996 and took only 2 hours, 52 minutes and 59 seconds. This record-breaking plane—the Concorde Alpha Delta G-BOAD—is on display at the Intrepid Museum’s Pier 86.