USS Turner Joy

Explore a piece of maritime and naval history on the USS Turner Joy (DD-951), a naval destroyer turned museum ship, moored in Bremerton, Washington. Commissioned in 1959, the USS Turner Joy spent her entire career in the Pacific, and participated extensively in the Vietnam War. She was the first ship to see action in Vietnam and the last ship to fire its guns to signal the end of that war. Explore the Pacific Northwest’s naval heritage by stepping aboard the USS Turner Joy, the only retired United States Navy Ship in the state of Washington that is open to the public for tours all year.

Address: 300 Washington Beach Ave
Bremerton, WA 98337
Phone: 360-792-2457
Website: https://ussturnerjoy.org/
Hours: Mar-Oct: 10am – 5pm
Nov-Feb: 10am – 4pm
Admission: Adults 18+: $16.00
Seniors 62+: $13.50
Youth 13-17: $11.50
Children 5-12: $9.50
Children 4 and under: Free
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Dogs Allowed: No

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