75TH ANNIVERSARY SHIP PUBLIC TOURS MARCH 23-24! The public will have a unique opportunity to visit a U.S. Navy warship and meet her crew as the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station celebrates 75 years of support to the fleet.
The ship will be open for weekend public visiting March 23-24, with Saturday tours given from 10:00 am to 2:30 p.m., and Sunday tours provided from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm. Displays of other Navy and Marine Corps equipment will also be available.
The name of the ship will be released upon her arrival.
The event is free of charge and no reservations are required. Cameras are permitted. No open-toed shoes or sandals will be allowed, and walking shoes are highly recommended. No backpacks or large handbags will be allowed onboard. The ship is not equipped for handicapped access, and visitors must be able to climb steep stairways. It is illegal to possess Marijuana or any THC-containing product while on U.S. military bases.
Public entry will only be available via the station’s Liberty Gate, located on Seal Beach Boulevard, 200 yards south of the Pacific Coast Highway intersection. No access will be available from the station’s Main Gate.