USS Hornet - Sea, Air and Space Museum
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The Museum is onboard the USS Hornet Aircraft Carrier which spent almost three decades in service to our nation. The Museum provides three decks for exploring.
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Tour the WWII-era aircraft carrier that was later used to recover the Apollo 11 and Apollo 12 astronauts as they returned from the moon. The Hornet's namesake, USS Hornet (CV-8), left from these docks in 1942 carrying the bombers that retaliated against Tokyo for the raid on Pearl Harbor.
This museum is a must-see for aspiring pilots and marines. Head to the aircraft carrier USS Hornet (CVS 12) and explore this historic vessel’s history and importance.
Alameda wasn’t always just a great place to raise a family but the home of the Alameda Naval Air Station. To this end, Alameda became the final resting spot of some major naval machinery, namely, the USS Hornet. Tours by docents daily or self guided tt comers that it was this vessel that rescued the…
The USS Hornet Museum is a museum ship in Alameda, California, US. It is composed of the aircraft carrier USS Hornet, exhibits from the NASA Apollo Moon exploration missions, and several retired aircraft from the Second World War and the transonic and early supersonic jet propulsion period.
“On a sunny day, this is really one of the best spots on the island. Weekends can be a little too busy for my taste, but it always reminds me of how awesome it is to live on Alameda. ”
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“The absolute "best" way, though it's neither fast nor cheap, to get into San Francisco is by ferry. It is a commuter ferry and during rush hour you'll see plenty of regulars and have a hard time finding parking, but during the weekends and off-peak hours it's the most pleasant and stress free way to get into SF. You pay once you're onboard, inside towards the front of the boat. You'll see the line. It's ran by the US Coast Guard so if you don't pay they'll throw you in the brig. It'll make a quick stop in Oakland and, depending on the day, it'll either go to the San Francisco Ferry Terminal or Fisherman's Wharf first, but it'll make both stops either way.”
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