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    Similar to the USS Constitution in Boston, but better. The ship is not as meticulously restored as the Constitution, but the tour covers much more of the ship. The Constitution your stops at the gun deck in the middle, but the Constellation goes all the way to the orlop deck at the bottom.

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    This was an enjoyable diversion and learning experience. You can easily spend an hour or more exploring the four stories of this beautiful ship and learning about her history. Great time and good for the family. There are 3 other ships nearby which you can also visit for just a few dollars more. Well worthwhile.

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    What a great step into the past. Amazing to learn all of the things going on board ship and where all of the daily activities occurred. Word of caution. Watch your head. Anyone taller than 5’7″ would be advised to wear a helmet. I kept one hand on top of my head once we were below deck. I did not want to smack my head on the low ceilings.

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    Great museum highlighing our maritime heritage. Do yourself a favor and get the pass giving you access to all the museum ships in the harbor! There’s a Coast Guard lightship and a submarine as well!

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    I definitely would recommend this as a Baltimore must see. It is amazing to walk around the ship and imagine that you are back in time and Abraham Lincoln was president and the civil war was being fought! Its incredible that this national treasure still exsists and we are still able to connect with a such a significant part of our American history first hand.It is s bit pricey for a family of 5 if you are planning on touring other sites as well but still worth the $.The firing of the actual cannon was an added bonus!