All temporary exhibitions are free with general admission to the Museum.
PORTS OF CALL
Now Open Through Sunday, February 24
Intrepid's missions took the ship and crew to cities around the globe—Cannes and Copenhagen, Halifax and Hong Kong, Singapore and Sydney.
ON THE LINE: INTREPID AND THE VIETNAM WAR
Intrepid served three tours of duty in Vietnam from 1966–1969. This exhibition explores the events and impact of the Vietnam War through the lens of Intrepid’s history.
A View from the Deep: The Submarine Growler & the Cold War
Explore the history and design of USS Growler, one of America's first nuclear-missile submarines. Historical artifacts, oral histories and immersive experiences offer a behind-the-scenes look at life on board.
Defying Gravity: Women in Space A Mixed Reality Experience Powered by Microsoft
Defying Gravity: Women in Space shares the stories of previously unsung women in the U.S. space program brought to life through Microsoft HoloLens and hosted by a holographic Dr. Mae Jemison.
What do a guitar pick, a copy of Pride and Prejudice and a stuffed Snoopy doll have in common? They’ve all been to space—and are now on view in the Space Shuttle Pavilion. This new exhibition offers a glimpse into the lives of 11 astronauts through special objects they brought with them on missions: you can listen to Charles Bolden’s favorite tunes, see Nicole Stott’s watercolor waves and get sentimental over Ellen Baker’s family keepsakes, to name a few.
Guided tours can be purchased as an add-on to general admission tickets.