I love history and when I was there was told they were doing some renovations on some of the ships. So I didn't spend money on the tickets but gained a lot of knowledge from outside the ships on the plaques.
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I toured 2 ships - the Constellation and the USCG Taney - amazing. I felt that I walked around in shock that I was exploring ships that survived 2 major wars. The USS Constellation had a cannon demonstration while I was there. There was a...More
My wife and I totally enjoyed touring the four ships that are part of the tour. Make sure you show your AAA card (if you have one) to get a nice discount off the normal four ship tour price. Take your time during each ship's...More
If a history buff, you'll love the Constellation! To think it is such a beautifully restored ship in our harbor, how much she has witnessed through all the years.
Baltimore is home to many historic ships. We are lucky to have in our harbor; USS Constellation, US Submarine Torsk, US Coast Guard Cutter Taney, and the Lightship 116 Chesapeake. Unlike a museum, when you purchase a ticket, you get the chance to go aboard...More
This is something that I may have rated higher, but we had already done one ship tour earlier in our vacation and as a result, this was more of the same. If choosing, I would do the Constellation and the Torsk (Submarine). Those were the...More
You see 4 different ships, 4 ships from 4 different times in history. An old clipper ship, an old submarine, a coast guard cutter that survived the Pearl Harbor attact. Very interesting, informative and educational. Too good to miss!
At least five ships. If you are a nautical buff, you go from wooden ships and iron meen, to steel and steam. All the ships have great docents. As a local bringing guests, I have done these tours five times in ten years and expect...More