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Historic Ships in Baltimore
Based on 376 traveler reviews
Morning on the Constellation
Nov 25, 2013 by: Calico4 from
Self guided tour at ones own pace was nice. Gift shop usual fair for kids plastic themed toys and trinkets $4 and up averaging 8$-16$. Opens at 10 am tickets. AAA discount see all 4 ships for price of one $11 per adult .
great historical value.
Nov 24, 2013 by: Eric R from
Unfortunately, because of time restraint we were unable to view all four ships. Close to the aquarium, we viewed the submarine and the lightship. The Submarine was very tight with small hatch doors to walk through and smelled like it was still stuck in the 40's. Other than those two facts, it was my absolute favorite. So much gadgetry and machinery, from a totally different era, for the eyes to take in. In my opinion, absolute must see.
Nov 23, 2013 by: RitaFan from Baltimore, Maryland
Took our son who was visiting from out of town to see the Historic Ships...great vallue (and even better if you have Autoclub)...Such a treat to have these ships that represent so much history right in town!
Should have bought the pass for 4 ships!
Nov 22, 2013 by: Guekjian from Sherbrooke
I visited the USS Constellation, the oldest of the 4 historic ships in port. I strongly recommend taking the portable phone to do the audio tour as you will get the full benefit of the tour, which is self guided. There was even the firing of a canon (no canonball) at 11:15 am. LOVED it! Learned so much about how sailors lived and fought.
Nov 22, 2013 by: Jane B from Rochester, Michigan, Usa
Visitors to the Inner Harbor can visit any one of four ships (or all of them), but the most interesting was the interactive tour of the U.S.S. Constellation, a sloop-of-war from 1854. The ship is rigged out as it was in its day of intercepting slave running ships.
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