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840 LST Drive, Evansville

Admission for Two, Four, or Six, or One-Year Seaman Membership for Two at USS LST Ship Memorial (Up to 55% Off)

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Visitors take a one-hour guided tour of a fully-functional World War II vessel with a rich, wartime history; photography allowed

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3 ratings1 reviews
July 27, 2018
It was a wonderful experience and my family can't wait to return.
1 ratings1 reviews
July 23, 2018
Absolutely best museum..
nancytop reviewer
13 ratings6 reviews
July 19, 2018
excellent tour of the ship. Guide was knowledgeable and the tour was very interesting and informative. There are many exhibits on the ship as well as the ship quarters and history of the ship. I have the upmost respect for our military and these ships had deplorable living conditions. Thanks to all who served in any capacity and on these ships.
2 ratings2 reviews
June 19, 2018
Awesome tour. Interesting local history and US history. Everyone should see
Elissatop reviewer
14 ratings7 reviews
June 11, 2018
Great tour and guide, plenty of time given for taking pics. There was lots of walking in narrow spaces/steps. I recommend going on a cool day. And bring water and snacks for kids while waiting for the tour to start. We went for a homeschool trip and brought a field trip printout for the kids to fill out afterward. I would consider going back with just the older kids. It was too hot for the baby.
3 ratings1 reviews
May 29, 2018
The guide was very interesting be cause he was interested in the subject. Quite informed for the same reason!
15 ratings1 reviews
May 24, 2018
Great experience.
Scotttop reviewer
24 ratings7 reviews
May 20, 2018
Excellent, informative tour
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About This Deal

Choice of:

  • Admission for Two People
  • Admission for Four People
  • Admission for Six People
  • One-Year Seaman Membership for Two People. Includes:

    • Free admission for each member
    • HNSA Reciprocal Museum Free Admission Program at participating museums
    • Subscription to the Phoenix newsletter
    • 10% off at the ship gift shop

Tours are approximately 60 minute-long and include the Main Deck, Troop Berthing, Tank Deck, Mess Deck, Galley, Stern of the ship (Guns and Anchor), Wheel House, Officer’s Country, and the Captain’s Cabin.

January - March: Tours are available Saturdays 10 a.m.–3 p.m. with the last tour starting at 3 p.m., closing at 4 p.m.

April - May : Tours are available Tuesday - Sunday

June - August : Tours are available Monday - Sunday

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Must use admission voucher in 1 visit. Membership is valid for new members only. Be advised, ship will depart on a sailing trip during the month of August. Tours not available 8/15/18 - 9/15/18 as ship is out of port for summer cruise. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About USS LST Ship Memorial

LSTs were an integral part of the United States' naval endeavors during World War II—LST signifies "landing ship, tank", meaning that these vessels could support amphibious missions, traveling directly onto shore without docking, for a quick release of troops, cargo, and tanks. The LST-325 began life as a war vessel in October 1942, and made her first journey out to sea in February of the following year. After serving the US proudly during the Second World War, the year following, and a brief stint with Greece's navy, she was acquired by The USS Ship Memorial, Inc. in 2000 and sailed across the Atlantic one final time. Now, visitors can take a guided tour of the fully operational ship where she lives in Evansville, Indiana, gleaning a sense of her grand history and witnessing the maintenance of such an impressive barge.

Here's some more information about the guided tour:

  • Covers these areas of the ship: the main deck, troop berthing, the tank deck, mess deck, the galley, the ship's stern, the wheel house, the officer's country, and the captain's cabin
  • Visitors travel throughout the ship's body, even down below via three different sets of stairs.
  • Questions are encouraged throughout the tour, as are photos.