FREE Military Admission To Nauticus In April

Generously Supported By World Of Warships In Honor Of Battleship Wisconsin’s 80th Anniversary

April 2, 2024

FREE Military Admission To Nauticus In April
Generously Supported By World Of Warships In Honor Of Battleship Wisconsins 80th Anniversary

To celebrate the Battleship Wisconsin’s 80th Commissioning Anniversary, Nauticus will be offering complimentary admission to Nauticus and the battleship for active duty and veteran services members throughout the entire month of April thanks to the generous support of World of Warships.

“The Battleship Wisconsin is the last battleship built by the Navy and it’s a privilege to celebrate by opening our doors to the men and women who serve this country,” said Nauticus executive director, Stephen Kirkland.

At Wargaming, were passionate about preserving naval history and honoring the legacy of these incredible vessels. Supporting naval ship museums is our way of ensuring that the sacrifices and achievements of past generations are never forgotten,” said Artur Plociennik, Regional Publishing Director at World of Warships. We are honored to be a part of the USS Wisconsins 80th anniversary celebration and we look forward to continuing our partnership with Nauticus to educate and inspire future generations about the significance of naval heritage.”

This military admission offer is one of the many happenings Nauticus will be hosting throughout the month of April in honor of this historic anniversary. To learn about the other events and happenings in honor of Battleship Wisconsin, please click here.

Complimentary military ticket availability is limited each day. Nauticus recommends reserving tickets online, in advance. Additionally, $3 off on general admission tickets will be extended to all military service member dependents, after reserving your ticket. Click here to reserve a FREE military ticket!

About Nauticus

Nauticus is a maritime discovery center located along the waterfront in downtown, Norfolk, VA, offering a unique form of experiential learning for all ages. Through interactive exhibits and STEM to STERN programming, Nauticus uses the museum, Battleship Wisconsin, sailing center, and Schooner Virginia to tell the story of the maritime environment, industry, and the military. Nauticus Foundation is the nonprofit, 501©3 that supports the mission and activities of Nauticus. Nauticus’ mission is to benefit the community through education, impactful experiences, and sharing access to maritime resources. For more information, visit

About World of Warships

World of Warships is a free, historical, online combat PC game from Wargaming. With its massive fleet of iconic war vessels, including five different ship classes and a strategically designed environment, World of Warships provides the ultimate naval warfare gaming experience, suitable for everyone. Thanks to its largest collection of historically accurate ships available to play, World of Warships prides itself as a digital ship museum and a focal point for naval history enthusiasts. New thematic content and innovative game modes are being added regularly, providing diverse and exciting gameplay to its broad player base.

One franchise – multiple platforms

After the successful launch of World of Warships on PC, its unique gameplay and design has been adapted to bring free massive naval battles to other platforms with World of Warships: Legends available on PlayStation and Xbox and World of Warships Blitz on iOS and Android mobile devices. Official website:

About Wargaming

Wargaming is an award-winning online game developer and publisher headquartered in Nicosia, Cyprus. Operating since 1998, Wargaming has grown to become one of the leaders in the gaming industry with 16 offices around the world, including studios in Chicago, Prague, Shanghai, Tokyo, Vilnius and Belgrade. Millions of players enjoy Wargaming's titles across all major gaming platforms. Our flagship products include the free-to-play hits World of Tanks, World of Warships and World of Tanks Blitz.

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