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Overnight Encampment

Just like real Sailors, youth groups can sample "life at sea" with an overnight encampment experience aboard the Battleship Missouri Memorial. Campers sleep in the crew berthing areas, store their gear in the lockers, and eat Navy-style meals on the ship’s mess deck. In addition, students participate in onboard activities that require communication and teamwork in a historical, hands-on environment.

Advanced reservations are required for our education rates and programs.

Financial assistance is available.

To learn more about the Battleship Missouri education programs or educator resources, please contact our Education Director at (808) 455-1600 ext. 240, or email the Education Department.

Level Group Size Days Length Cost
Grades 5-12
Min 30 to Max 120
(1 Chaperone per 10 Students)
7 Days a week 4pm-9am (16 Hours)

$80 per person

Membership Encampment - Friends of the Mighty Mo
Saturday, November 19, 2016

Experience life on a battleship as you go on a behind the scenes tour of the ship, eat on the ship's mess deck, and sleep in the crew's berthing area...

That's right, we are offering members the opportunity to stay overnight on the last active service battleship in the world! You don't want to miss this unique and exciting experience.

The Overnight Encampment experience is being offered to Friends of the Mighty Mo (Battleship Missouri Members) and their families at a reduced rate of $60 per person (minimum age: 10 years).

Guests will choose to begin their overnight adventure with one of two special access tours: "Big Guns" or "Engine Room Snipes." Following an evening colors ceremony, dinner will be served on the mess deck.

Afterwards, guests will embark on a second special access tour. The evening will culminate with a night-time presentation of the WWII surrender story on the historic "Surrender Deck."

For more information contact David Suhs, Encampment Coordinator, at 808.455.1600 (ext. 250); davids@ussmissouri.org

Preserving our History-Superstructure Preservation Project

Currently, work is being done to our superstructure and is expected to be completed by September 2017. For safety reasons, our flying and navigation bridges will be closed during restoration. We appreciate your patience and understanding and your part in helping to preserve America’s last Battleship

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