Wisconsin Exhibits

Art in the Guts of the Wisky
Hidden from public view and likely not sanctioned by the Navy, are several murals painted on the ship by sailors during the last years of the vessel's 66-year history. View recreations of original artwork created by sailors on the Wisconsin.

Battlescopes
An interactive experience overlooking the battleship, this exhibit uses cutting-edge multi-media technology and allows visitors to explore the main weapons systems and control spaces of the battleship. The adventure will enable visitors to see the ship as they have never seen a ship before! MORE...

A Capital Ship
The term "Capital Ship" has been used by battleship enthusiasts to emphasize the traditional role of big-gun warships in naval affairs. This exhibit explores the origin of the warship and its role in military warfare throughout history.

Battleship Aviation
Suspended in Nauticus' third floor is an actual Pioneer Remotely Piloted Vehicle (RPV) that flew off the fantail of the Battleship Wisconsin during the Persian Gulf War. Real-time video transmitted from cameras aboard Pioneer once enabled Wisconsin sailors to collect vital intelligence and improve the long-range accuracy of the big guns. This exhibit allows visitors to move the camera in this RPV and see what is going on in Nauticus' third floor.

Wisky Walk: Fifty Years of Service
Presented by the Hampton Roads Naval Museum, this exhibit chronicles the life and service of the Battleship Wisconsin and includes vivid photographs, video presentations, and a wide range of artifacts.

USS Wisconsin: The Last Battleship
This exciting film spans the 50-year history of the Battleship Wisconsin and presents true-life stories in the words of those who served on her. Archival footage shows the USS Wisconsin in action, from kamikaze attacks in World War II to Tomahawk missle launches in Operation Desert Storm. This film plays in the Wisconsin Vista on a continual loop.

 

"USS Wisconsin: The Last Battleship" is available for special viewings to groups or tours. Call (757) 664-1000 or email Group Reservations for booking information.