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Historic Ships in Baltimore
Based on 467 traveler reviews
Jul 29, 2014 by: K.T. J from
It was a breath of fresh air to tour multiple ships and learn a little history of them. We were able to take some really good pictures.
EXCELLENT SHIP DISPLAY
Jul 29, 2014 by: William F from Erie, Pennsylvania
You get to enter subs and ships to explore there. Great variety to look at and alot of history to learn. Easy to get to and plenty of entertainment close by. Beautiful area and scenery.
A nice bit of education
Jul 28, 2014 by: lmillerrn from Charlotte, North Carolina
We took our 2 boys on these boats they had a great time. Our favorite was the Constellation. We had a groupon that was a great value.
Who doesn't want to look inside a submarine?
Jul 25, 2014 by: ImaPickyTraveller from Memphis
I intended to just tour the submarine, but ended up touring all 4, and found them all to be fascinating in their own way. If you don't have time for all 4, then choose the Constellation and the USS Torsk. The Constellation is a restoration of the last all-sail ship built for the Navy in 1854. You can explore all 4 levels, and the crew puts on some sort of demonstration every hour. The Torsk saw action in WWII, and it's fascinating to see how cramped the interior is. The Coast Guard Ship Taney also has an interesting history, and a looping video with memories of WWII vets who survived Pearl Harbor.
Fun to visit when in the Inner Harbor
Jul 24, 2014 by: Greg D from Colchester, Vermont, United States
Touring the Submarine and the USS Constitution are really neat. Even kids will enjoy it, while learning about some US history. The inner harbor is a beautiful place to go, and the ships are not to be missed.
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