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Historic Ships in Baltimore
Based on 536 traveler reviews
Take the time to visit
Sep 16, 2014 by: Kathy R from Lawrenceville, New Jersey
Take the time to visit the ships. They all have stories to tell. The Taney named after a judge, The sub that sank the last Japanize ship in WWII. A lightship that helped ships navigate the shores. USS Constellation, built in Baltimore. To find out more visit the ships
Sep 16, 2014 by: AuburnDad from Sebastian, Florida
Don't miss the Inner Harbor, especially in the evening. Lots to see and do and eat. The lights of the city and boats reflect on the water. Beautiful.
Great Area - Worth the Stop
Sep 16, 2014 by: propagandi from Greenville, North Carolina
the waterfront in Baltimore is amazing. Shopping, ships, tours, etc. Great addition to you visit to Fort McHenry.
Would go there again
Sep 15, 2014 by: DanielHenrysson from Ronneby, Sweden
I walked around in the area and looked at the ships from there. The tickets was a bit pricey for me to be able to board the ships. I would have loved to see more of them. The ships are close to each other with only a few minutes walk from each other. You can get very close to the ships without having to pay for a ticket, but you cannot board the ships without it.
Sep 14, 2014 by: littlemoose from Marmora, New Jersey
There were about 6 tall ships in port.... very cool! Most of the ships were available to tour, although we just enjoyed looking at them. The US Coast Guard ship was the largest but newest.
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