We toured 2 of the ships and found both interesting. It is reasonably priced and they have children's & senior's rates.
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Restoration in progress, but much to see onboard. 3 lower decks are all interesting, especially the Captain's Quarters. Ship's Surgeon implements and sick bay, and lines of hammocks where the crew slept. Tall folk pay attention, Not much head room.
We stopped here during a conference that we had around the corner at the Hilton. The tickets were a great value for what were offered. We were able to tour around four ships around the beautiful harbour. I highly recommend visiting if you're passing through...More
We really enjoyed our visit to the Constellation and one of the other boats. We were on a budget so visited here rather than the aquarium. We come from Bristol in England and have a soft spot for the as Great Britton! So really enjoyed...More
My son was at the Naval Acadmey for a camp and my daughter and I decided to check out inner harbor. I bought the ticket that allowed us to see the USS Constellation and the Torsk submarine. She is 12 going on 29 so I...More
We visited two of the ships (a tall ship from the 18th century and a submaine from World War II. Definitely worth seeing and touring.
Five ships in the Inner Harbor, each with a unique story to tell. Had a lot of questions but the staff on almost all of the ships had no interest or knowledge about the ships they were on. A big disappointment - Went on the...More