Commissioned in 1855, the USS Constellation was the last all-sail ship built by the United States Navy. Today, the historic ... More
Commissioned in 1855, the USS Constellation was the last all-sail ship built by the United States Navy. Today, the historic vessel lies at anchor in Baltimore's Inner Harbor, where visitors can climb aboard and learn about the ship's history, including its mission to disrupt the slave trade and its latter role in delivering famine relief supplies to Ireland.
It was amazing to see how they lived back in the day. The ship was well maintained and could visit 4 levels of it!!! My favorite was the hammocks. The stairs you climb down are very steep (backwards is best).
All military members are free, spouses are not, but I suggest getting the ticket to get on all four ships/sub (only $18, $15 for seniors, free for children 5 and under). The submarine was the coolest!!! They had it rough...
The USS Constellation is a must see for anyone visiting Baltimore. The amount charged to get onto the ship is very reasonable. I was amazed at the total access allowed on the ship for visitors. The staff on board were very knowledgable and helpful. The lower decks are very HUMID, so be prepared to sweat. The care taken in restoring this wonderful vessel made me very happy.
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