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Historic Ships in Baltimore
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You cant go wrong!!
Apr 23, 2014 by: tdngjj from
If you have AAA you buy one ship, and get all 4....otherwise there is the 1 ship, 2 ship, or 4 ship options. We did the submarine and old navy warship, which btw everyday at noon actually shoots off its parrot gun...You just cant go wrong, its fun and educational for kids to see how these guys eat, slept, and worked. The ships we went on were fine for our 2yr old to do on her own, and our youngest was safe in her snugli....it far beats the lines for the aquarium, and right there between the ships is the baltimore WTC that you can pay to go to the top....also well worth the 5 bucks....a great day at the inner harbor for all
Visiting all the boats in the Inner Harbor
Apr 22, 2014 by: Nick D from Raleigh, North Carolina
I came up to watch the Orioles take on the Yankees one weekend and decided to tour the Baltimore Inner Harbor (an amazing time and a lot of things to do). With time to spare... I decided to buy the package (priced reasonably) that allows you to tour all the boats in the harbor. USS Constellation was probably the best and second best was the submarine. USS Constellation had a lot of interesting facts to read and certain times of the day they will have a change of watch (if they call it that... just a neat little show). If your tall you'll have a hard time touring the lower decks on the USS Constellation as the ceilings are low but wide enough to move around without bumping into people.
All of the ships were fun to visit as well as educational
Apr 21, 2014 by: darbeast from nj
AAA has a good discount where you pay for visiting 1 ship and get to visit all 4. We spent more time on each ship than we thought we would and really enjoyed the exhibits. Probably the one thing we did on our trip that we felt was unique to Baltimore.
Apr 21, 2014 by: AnitaSowers from Troy, Ohio
My husband toured one of the ships, the USS Constellation. He enjoyed it a lot! He said it was a lot bigger inside then it looked. He didn't do the actual tour but walked on his own after purchasing just the 'one ship' ticket.
See ships that are one of a kind
Apr 15, 2014 by: Typs4U from Baltimore, Maryland
The only surviving ship from the Civil War and the last sailing warship built by the US Navy? Yep, its here, the USS Constellation. A real submarine from WWII, sinking the last ship of the war? Yep, its here, the Torsk (and one of only 2 Tench class subs still in the US). Want to see the last surviving warship from Pearl Harbor? Yep, its here too, the Taney.
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