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Historic Ships in Baltimore is home port to USS Constellation, the last all-sail warship built by the US Navy, the submarine USS Torsk which sank the last two enemy combatants of WWII, USGC Cutter Taney, the last surviving vessel to witness the...more
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we got a pass to see 2 ships the other 2 were closed. we seen the submarine and constellation. it was worth the price. the staff was nice and you were able to look around at your leasure no staff really around to ask questions...More
As we visited in January, only the USS Constellation and the USS Torsk were available for visit The Constellation is a sloop-of-war built in the 1840s. We had a Marine Lieutenant give us exaustive information of what it would have been like to serve on...More
USS Constellation, USS Torsk, USCGC Taney, Lightship Chesapeake, Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse--a great way to go back in time before everything was digital...when crew members dealt with challenges though intellectual creativity, muscle, sweat, and determination. Friendly staff/docents. Great way to spend an afternoon. Learned much...More
There’s a constant turnover of old ships docking in the harbor. Not really sure if there’s anywhere else that you can experience boarding an ancient ship like these. Very interesting to walk around on a ship that you may have seen in a movie and...More
We did three ships the Constellation, the Submarine and the Coast Guard ship. I was surprised at what I did not know about these types of vessels. I am a history buff so I thoroughly enjoyed the tour. The staff was helpful and everyone was...More
Response from iamyellowjeep | Reviewed this property |
You will not be able to take your dog on the ships unless he/she is a service dog. You may certainly walk around the harbor area however if you only wish to look at the ships. If you want o go on board you will need to... More
You will not be able to take your dog on the ships unless he/she is a service dog. You may certainly walk around the harbor area however if you only wish to look at the ships. If you want o go on board you will need to purchase a ticket. It is well worth the cost to view the ships from inside. Enjoy your visit.
Response from Heather G | Reviewed this property |
If you can find a spot on the street it's meters and that's the cheapest. There is also a small parking lot directly across from harbor place and not attached to a hotel. It's still expensive but not as bad as the hotel... More
If you can find a spot on the street it's meters and that's the cheapest. There is also a small parking lot directly across from harbor place and not attached to a hotel. It's still expensive but not as bad as the hotel lots. Also little Italy has a reasonable garage it's a little walk but if it's a nice day then it's not bad at all