A historic battleship in the Port of Los Angeles is getting ready for some overnight guests.
A big celebration was held in San Pedro Friday night to officially welcome the legendary battleship USS Iowa to Southern California.
The decommissioned battleship USS Iowa will be moved to its final berth in the Port of Los Angeles, where the warship will become a museum and tourist attraction.
The USS Iowa has arrived off the coast of the Port of Los Angeles, where the country’s last World War II-era battleship will become a floating museum.
The USS Iowa left the Port of Richmond Saturday morning for Los Angeles where it will become a floating museum.
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The USS Iowa — a World War II era battleship — is about to become a floating museum in San Pedro.
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — The World War II-era battleship U.S.S. Iowa will become a permanent museum at the Port of Los Angeles. The U.S. Navy announced Tuesday that it is donating the 887-foot ship to […]
Los Angeles port officials have announced that they’d like the USS Iowa to be relocated to the port’s Main Channel in San Pedro as a floating museum.