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Historic Ships in Baltimore - CLOSED

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Historic Ships in Baltimore - CLOSED

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301 E Pratt St Pier 1, Baltimore, MD 21202-3134
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Baltimore Penn Station31 min
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Fells Point Food Tour in Baltimore
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Fells Point Food Tour in Baltimore

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Both a National Historic District and home to a vibrant dining scene, Fell’s Point is one of Baltimore’s most popular neighborhoods—and this food-themed tour provides a delicious way to explore. Meet your guide at a central location, and set off with just a small group for company. Venture to a number of top culinary destinations, from Polish eateries and tapas restaurants to local seafood stops. Do plenty of sampling and sightseeing as you go.
US$72.83 per adult
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F2104UNmariaj wrote a review Jan 2020
Deltona, Florida63 contributions33 helpful votes
The boys were so excited about it and had a great time. They were amazed about the size of the chain and anchor. Lots of fun.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Christina O wrote a review Jan 2020
Norfolk, Virginia270 contributions73 helpful votes
as they do not seem to be an assamble and spread out in the port it appears a bit odd. you can purchase a ticked for all three but that is about their connection extend. But than coming from a port city in Germany this is not really interesting nor impressive.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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John D wrote a review Jan 2020
Riverview, Michigan67 contributions30 helpful votes
There are four different ships, an Old sailing ship, a submarine, a tender and a coast guard ship - all short walking distance from each other submarine was very cool reasonable price good tourist stop
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Date of experience: December 2019
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World traveler 781 wrote a review Jan 2020
14 contributions16 helpful votes
Cute and quick way to spend some time in Baltimore. It’s cool to be able to walk around on older ships and submarines as a learning experience with kids. Slightly pricey though.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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andrew r wrote a review Dec 2019
Baltimore, Maryland39 contributions17 helpful votes
Took the grandkids in June. A variety of ships, each different. Explanations by the docents was wonderful Some inter-activity. Highly recommend
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Date of experience: June 2019
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