Project Liberty Ship, Inc.

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Tour the Liberty Ship JOHN W. BROWN as an operational maritime museum ship and as a memorial to shipyard workers, merchant mariners, and the U.S. Navy Armed Guard crews who built, sailed and defended the Liberty Ships during World War II.
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4601 Newgate Avenue
Pier 13 - S.S. John W. Brown
Baltimore, MD
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  • Admission/Tickets Required
  • Catering Available
  • Family-Friendly
  • Free Parking
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Pet-Friendly
  • Self-Guides Tours
  • Weddings
Rated 5 by steven K

March 26, 2024

steven K

Steam School was a great experience

Steam School aboard the John W Brown was excellent. This 3 day class gave me an appreciation for what the merchant seamen who operated this Liberty Ship during WW-2 had to face. As a retired engineer...

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Rated 5 by Q5234UQbobp

November 27, 2019


Visited the day before Thanksgiving

This is truly a hidden gem in Baltimore. You will have to go out of your way to find it and you may have to call ro get in the gate, but you will never find anything close on the east coast. The John...

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Rated 5 by James M

October 01, 2019

James M

WWII's Relics Need Our Support!

This ship on the other side of the harbor in Baltimore is one of two World War II liberty ships that can be visited (out of almost 2700 built during the war)! The story behind the Liberty Ships is...

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