Support the Battleship on Giving Tuesday

Please consider a donation to our nation’s most decorated battleship,  now a museum and memorial on the Camden Waterfront, NJ. The Battleship offers educational programs, veteran support events, scouts overnights, military ceremony and tours, and more.  Your donation allows the Battleship to continue to support our community and educate people of the amazing history of … Continued

Free Tours for Camden Public Schools

Did you know that classes from Camden Public Schools can experience free group tours of the Battleship?  Just schedule a date and time, and come aboard our nation’s most decorated battleship. Add on a class onboard, have lunch in the crew’s mess, participate in a scavenger hunt and more! To schedule your group tour, email … Continued

Submarine New Jersey Crew Visits Overnight Guests

Members of the Submarine New Jersey (SSN-796) stopped by the Battleship during the morning of Sunday, Nov. 20,  and joined overnight guests for Morning Colors and breakfast served from the chowline.  The visit was part of the on-going crew visits to their namesake state. The new attack submarine was recently built in Newport News, Va. … Continued

US Flag Made from Battleship Teak Deck

Carpenter Jim Guarrera of Pine Tavern Distillery,  shows the US flag he made of old teak deck from the Battleship New Jersey. The flag is available for sale at the ship’s store. To purchase online, visit

Caroline Allen Joins the Battleship as Major Gift Officer

Caroline joined the Battleship New Jersey in October 2022 as our Major Gift Officer.  Her job is to connect with our supporters to learn about their relationship to the battleship and turn their passion into making gifts to honor our veterans and inspire education for future generations. Caroline has over 10 years of fundraising experience, … Continued

Battleship Remembers Chief Gorchinski

The Battleship New Jersey remembers ETC (SW) Michael Gorchinski, U.S. Navy, who was killed in the Marines Barracks bombing in Beirut, Lebanon on Oct. 23. 1983. The attack killed 307 people: 241 U.S. and 58 French military personnel, six civilians, and two attackers.

Battleship Lit Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The Battleship will be lit pink throughout the month of October. The museum ship will join buildings and structures throughout the Philadelphia area as part of @CBSPhiladelphia #LightsfortheFight for Breast Cancer Awareness. #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth