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Historic Ships in Baltimore
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Spirit of Baltimore Dinner Cruise with Buffet
Ranked #13 of 247 things to do in Baltimore
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Owner description: 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 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941, Lightship 116 Chesapeake, which marked the entrance to the Chesapeake Bay and the Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse. The museum is open daily from 10:00am to 4:30pm. Tickets may be purchased on-line or at our ticket locations on Pier 1, Pier 3 or on board the USCGC Taney.
Reviewed April 30, 2013

It was something to do other than shop. It was interwsting but as others have said, pricey if you would be looking at bringing a large family. And for my attention span it became boring quick.

Thank Dunweir
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Reviewed April 29, 2013

We visited the inner harbor to see the ships as one of my family members did the iron work on the USS Constellation. The ships did cost money to tour them so we did not go on them, but got some great photo ops.

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Reviewed April 25, 2013

Don't forget to use your AAA discount. It will save you 1/2 the price of the 4 ship ticket. If you can do only one ship, pick the Constellation, it has kids activities. The sub and light ship stairs are steep.

Thank Beth H
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Reviewed April 21, 2013

The Baltimore Maritime Museum includes a Coast Guard Cutter, WWII Submarine, a ship that serviced lighthouses and the USS Constellation sloop-of-war. One can purchase admission to one, two or all four ships. For the price difference, we decided that we would see all four. We enjoyed taking our time seeing all four ships as we walked the inner harbor but if one is short on time or does not want to spend the money to see all four (it can get expensive for a family) our favorites that we would recommend are the USS Constellation followed by the submarine. There is also a very nice screw pile lighthouse, now on dry land, which is free to all visitors to enter and look around. Even if you don't tour any of the ships, you can still look at them from the piers and they contribute nicely to the atmosphere of the Inner Harbor.

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Reviewed April 21, 2013

The historic ships include a Coast Guard Cutter, WWII Submarine, a ship that serviced lighthouses and the USS Constellation sloop-of-war. One can purchase admission to one, two or all four ships. For the price difference, we decided that we would see all four. We enjoyed taking our time seeing all four ships as we walked the inner harbor but if one is short on time or does not want to spend the money to see all four (it can get expensive for a family) our favorites that we would recommend are the USS Constellation followed by the submarine. There is also a very nice screw pile lighthouse, now on dry land, which is free to all visitors to enter and look around.

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