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Bldg. 5, Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston, MA 02129
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A wonderful tourist attraction at the end point of the Freedom Trail. If you have photo ID you may visit the boat free of charge. The vessel is stunning: it is really big, very beautiful and very old, built in 1797. If you have any...More

Thank Elle_Ventrouge
Reviewed yesterday

My husband always wanted to see the Constitution since he was a boy. His father and brother were in the Navy and he has had a dream to see this ship. It did not disappoint

Thank Janet S
Reviewed yesterday

The visit to the USS Constitution was simply amazing to see how first hand the conditions sailors in those days had to live and work in ..... not for me for sure! During our walk around the Freedom Trail we saw details of sailors from...More

Thank martyn w
Reviewed yesterday

My first time visiting this Iconic site. Well worth the time to explore this piece of history. Going down the steps backwards holding onto rope sides while keeping your head down was an experience.

Thank Judy W
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We visited on a wet and miserable Thursday afternoon so manoeuvring around parts of this amazing vessel were a bit tricky but we enjoyed it nevertheless. So much so that we returned on a dry sunny day to have another look and I’m so glad...More

Thank Likes-to-travel1951
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This is a must visit on Boston. It is world's oldest commissioned naval vessels still afloat. One will get good information from the museum. It is also known a old iron aidw

Thank snmn4
Reviewed 2 days ago

If you're into old ships or history then this would likely be a 4 or 5 for you. I'm not. I've been on these sorts of things a few times and frankly find them boring as all heck. The top decks are nice then you...More

Thank MarkfromtheIsland
Reviewed 2 days ago

The tour of the ship was excellent. The shipmen were all too happy to share stories of the ship and their tour. It was historic and a place not to miss while in Boston. Loved the tour of all the levels and seeing what the...More

Thank A D
Reviewed 2 days ago

I was primarily looking for Revolutionary War era history so the Constitution was not that interesting historically to me, but it was an amazing thing to witness Ist hand

Thank philroloff
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is the oldest battle ship still being used. It was fun to explore and hear details. There were young men dressed in navy uniforms who work on the ship. They were very knowledgeable and did a great job answering questions. Everyone has to go...More

Thank Barbara G
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eskdunning
August 29, 2017|
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Response from Larry W | Reviewed this property |
We just visited there a couple weeks ago, and the answer is, "it depends" on what you choose to do between those two attractions. First, the USS CONSTITUTION is there, but not yet open (as of our visit on Friday, July 28... More
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USParkLover
May 15, 2017|
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Response from K C | Reviewed this property |
There is usually enough parking in garages but try street parking first. Meters ARE in effect everyday EXCEPT Sunday's and holidays. Max parking at meters ... 2 hours. There are some free, no meter spaces but READ THE... More
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USParkLover
May 15, 2017|
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Response from rkreilly | Reviewed this property |
1-2 hours, depends on how long you stay in museum and how much you read. Ship can be done in about 45 minutes, including time to talk to workers, but it's 45 minutes well spent!
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