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Historic World War II ship docked at Pier 45. One of two remaining Liberty Class of ships, the Jeremiah made 11 trips from London to Normandy for the D day invasion to supply the war effort and carry troops.
Hours Today: 10:00 - 16:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Pier 45, Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco, CA 94133
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San Francisco may have lost much of its ship cargo handling status to Oakland - however the City has ensured that the visitors to city have an opportunity to remember the roll it has played in all things maritime. SS Jeremiah was at D-Day ,...More
Take the time to step back into history, talk to those who have care of this magnificient ship. The Volunteers who work on her keep watch over the Ships Soul. One of the volunteers had a book written about her as she was a member...More
Anything WW2 I find really interesting and this didn't disappoint.
Knowing that this vessel was at the D-Day landing sis enough to convince me to visit.
Informative and educational with a lot of things to see on the boat itself. You can also work the...More
This was my 2nd visit about a year apart & a lot of work has been done on the display in the fwd hold on the ships history & action.
It’s also a tribute to the men & women that built sailed & perished at...More
The Jeremiah O'Brien is one of the few surviving Liberty Ships of World War 2. They were built in vast numbers, 60 days was the period from start to finish, and many of them lie at the bottom of the Atlantic, the German U boat...More
This was a great experience and a very interactive one. You get to climb onto the ship and into different areas that sailors walked through. The engine area where scenes from the movie Titanic happen to be shot is a really impressive area. It's easy...More
Really very nice experience when you like history and more specifically WW2, This boat has a very rich history itself and then men attending the boat and tours are happy to tell you all about it. Keep up the good work fellas !
Packed with family-friendly entertainment, quality hotels, and good food, there’s something for everyone at Fisherman’s Wharf. From street performers and historic cable cars to art galleries and museums, a postcard-worthy photo is available on every corner. Bring your appetite: seafood lovers will be rewarded with Dungeness crab and sourdough bread bowls, while Ghirardelli Square will satiate anyone’s sweet tooth
after a day at Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. Don't forget to say hello to the adorable sea lions that make this neighbourhood a true San Francisco treat.
There are several restrooms aboard the ship, mostly on the deck one level down, near the main lecture hall. Also, for most cruises they put aboard a big selection of porta-potties. Usually these are on the starboard side... More
There are several restrooms aboard the ship, mostly on the deck one level down, near the main lecture hall. Also, for most cruises they put aboard a big selection of porta-potties. Usually these are on the starboard side just forward of the main gangway.
On seating, the main deck has several choices. There are wood-slat benches in various locations, and for most cruises they set up several clusters of folding chairs atop the cargo hatch covers. Below decks, it's mostly folding chairs. Look in the museum (forward) or the main lecture hall where they show movies (midships).
There aren't restrooms on board that I could see and the ship wasn't crowded when we were there. However, the main boat area is full of ropes, ship equipment etc and you had to be careful where you stood and not a lot of... More
There aren't restrooms on board that I could see and the ship wasn't crowded when we were there. However, the main boat area is full of ropes, ship equipment etc and you had to be careful where you stood and not a lot of space for a lot of people. There are benches to sit down on this area though. There are a lot of steps to negotiate so if your 75 year old has mobility issues this might not be the place to go. It is a very interesting ship to see but not great as a viewing platform in my opinion.
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