Located in the historic Kaiser-Richmond shipyards visitors learn about important contributions this ship and these shipyards made in WW II.
About This Deal
- What’s included: self-guided tour through the ship for one, two, or four people
- Tickets valid for adults and children
- Click here to view the schedule
- What to wear: running shoes, boat shoes, or work boots. Open-toed shoes/sandals must not be worn at any time when touring the ship. It can be over 100° in the East Bay and yet be windy and cold at the ship. Be prepared with a light jacket. It also a good idea for both comfort and safety reasons to wear long pants when touring the ship.
- Closed till further notice due to Contra Costa County health officials mandate
About Red Oak Victory
Red Oak Victory is all about leaving an unforgettable impression. Out of 747 ships built at the Richmond Kaiser Shipyards during World War II, she is the last one to survive. Red Oak Victory is a floating museum where people can see one of the last surviving World War II Victory ships from the inside. Visitors can come see the Victory ship in person and enjoy walking around by themselves during self-guided tours. Visitors can also explore the nearby Rosie the Riveter WW II Home Front National Historical Park for a complete experience of the contributions Richmond made to the Allied effort in World War II.