The Wardroom at Battleship IOWA Museum is a private room suitable for formal dining. Once a place where junior naval officers would congregate for their meals, this space is now an inviting event space ideal for casual and corporate events. Committed to teaching visitors about the ship’s illustrious past, the staff also delight in putting on distinctive events at this waterfront monument.
Capable of hosting up to 158 patrons, the Wardroom has ample space to facilitate large and smaller occasions. Characterized by its authentic, battleship-style interior, the room is sure to appeal to both maritime history enthusiasts and novices alike. The long, communal tables are designed to facilitate conversation. Patrons will note the abundance of vintage, navy-themed decorations that line the walls, reminding visitors of the boat’s military heritage.
At Battleship IOWA Museum, the team welcomes a variety of occasion types, such as weddings, concerts, and business mixers. Boasting stunning views of the Long Beach Channel and Palos Verdes, this unique venue provides countless photographic opportunities on and off the deck. Aside from its old-time aesthetic, the Wardroom features a selection of modern comforts tailored to enhance your celebration, including tables, chairs, and a sound system.