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Historic Ships in Baltimore
Based on 558 traveler reviews
Great location for people interesting in naval history
Oct 19, 2014 by: bitmapped from Morgantown, WV
I've long had an interest in naval history. I frequently visit museum ships when I'm along the coast, and with the 4 ships here in Baltimore, it was a no-brainer for me to stop by. I was a bit limited on time, so I only got to see 2 ships during my visit. I went on the USCGC Taney and the USS Constellation. Both ships were well documented with tons of displays explaining about the ships, how they operated, and how they were used historically. I spent close to an hour on each ship. You could easily spend more time, but I was trying to keep moving so I could see everything. I'd highly recommend touring these ships. I hope to make it back to see the other two ships the next time I'm in the Baltimore area.
Oct 18, 2014 by: TCooper4653 from Frisco, Texas
This is a great history stop, it's a great price for the opportunity to see 4 great vessels. Take the kids and they will be wow'd.
See history in person
Oct 16, 2014 by: Gregory11217 from Brooklyn, New York
Visited two of the five ships and was well worth the price. See history directly in 1850 warship and WW2 submarine.
These ships are awesome!
Oct 09, 2014 by: Flybabygail from Baltimore, Maryland
I felt like I was taking a walk back in time as I walked the decks of these huge ships. I imagined many stories and conversations that took place onboard. I'm so glad that they have been preserved and are open to the public.
Oct 07, 2014 by: Bee53 from Providence, Rhode Island
My husband is the person behind the visit to this attraction. Although I like history, I don't necessarily like military history. I reluctantly accompanied him on this historic ship. We chose not to pay for the self guided audio tour. Instead, we took advantage of the docents who were on the ship. My husband asked plenty of questions and we received wonderful in depth information. That is what made the visit memorable. So my suggestion is that if you go onto the ship you need to pay for the self guided audio phones or you need to be ready with questions. I walked away happy that I accompanied my husband instead of sitting outside waiting for him to tour the ship himself.
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