Baltimore Maritime Museum
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301 E Pratt St, Piers 3 & 5 · interesting places nearby
Baltimore Maritime Museum information
Ship-lovers can take a tour through four historic ships: a Coast Guard cutter that saw action in Pearl Harbor, a 1930 lightship, a submarine active in WWII and the USS Constellation – one of the last sail-powered warships built (in 1797) by the US Navy. Admission to the 1856 Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse, on Pier 5, is free.