Historic Ships in Baltimore

301 E. Pratt St.
Baltimore, MD 21202-3134- Map It
(410) 539-1797

AAA Editor Notes

Historic Ships in Baltimore, just s. of downtown on Piers 1, 3 and 5 at 301 E. Pratt St., features the USS Constellation, the last all-sail warship built by the U.S. Navy and the only Civil War-era vessel still afloat; the World War II U.S. submarine Torsk, which sank the war’s last enemy combatants; the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Taney, the last ship afloat to have survived the attack on Pearl Harbor; the Lightship Chesapeake, a floating lighthouse designed to aid shipping in the bay; and the 1856 Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse, which stood at the entrance to Baltimore Harbor for 133 years before being moved to the Inner Harbor. Hands-on activities, demonstrations and tours are available. Guided tours are available.
One ship $11; $9 (ages 15-20, ages 60+ and students with ID); $5 (ages 6-14 with paying adult). Two ships $15; $13 (ages 15-20, ages 60+ and students with ID); $6 (ages 6-14 with paying adult). Four ships $18; $16 (ages 15-20, ages 60+ and students with ID); $7 (ages 6-14 with paying adult). Lighthouse free. Phone ahead to confirm rates.
Hours: All sites daily 10-6 (also Fri.-Sat. 6-7 p.m.), June-Aug.; daily 10-5:30, Apr.-May and Sept.-Oct.; daily 10-4:30, Nov.-Dec. U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Taney closes 1 hour before other sites. Constellation, Torsk and Chesapeake daily 10-4:30, Lighthouse Fri.-Sun. 10-4:30, Taney Fri.-Sun. 10-3:30, rest of year. Closed Jan. 1, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas. Phone ahead to confirm schedule.