The U.S.S. Constellation, in service for more than 100 years, pursued slave-trade ships, made the first official naval capture of the Civil War, and served as a flagship during World War II.
Before you board, make sure you get the complementary audio tour wand! It’ll make your tour more enjoyable.
Legend has it there's a pile of rubies at the bottom of the ship. Pirate rubies.
After a long time, coming back to visit it is really awesome.
Watch the guns (NOT canons) be fired! Boom!
Keep your eyes open because them birds will surely SHIT on you!!!
Climb aboard this historic ship or choose from other vessels such as the US Coast Guard Cutter Taney (the last surviving war ship of Pearl Harbor) or the USS Torsk (which had more than 10,000 dives).
Seems overpriced - save your money and just snap a few photos from outside.
Among other duties in its long history, this Civil War-era ship patrolled the coast of Africa, intercepting slave ships.
Military members get in free! So do children 5 and younger.
We took the whole family on board this ship before David went into the Navy. Docents are fantastic and the ship is very interactive. Great value when you use the Inner Harbor Water Taxi.
Docked in the harbor...cool piece of history!
Tour all four ships for $11 adult with AAA membership. Kids under 5 free! They did a great job with the Constellation renovation, a treasure for history buffs, maritime fans, and wanna-be pirates.
Go on the water taxi first and get a coupon for discounted rate to see all ships in the harbor!
Wonderful ship - just don't jump (or fall) into the Inner Harbor... bleech.
A beautiful and amazing ship!
The Ghost of Captain Thomas Truxtun. Captain Truxtun is mostly active on the forecastle deck. Captain Truxtun was also the first commander of the USS Constellation from 1798-1801.
Active & Retired military get all four ships for the price of one. Not advertised, so be sure to ask and show your ID card.
Best bed EVER!!