Historic Ships in Baltimore represent one of the most impressive collections of military vessels in the world. Located in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the Historic Ships in Baltimore offer 3 waterfront venues: the USS Constellation, US Coast Guard Cutter Taney and Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse for private parties, weddings and corporate hospitality.
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Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse
Built in 1855 and is the oldest screw-pile lighthouse in Maryland. A beacon of the Chesapeake Bay, the Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse marked the entrance of the Patapsco River which leads to Baltimore’s Harbor. Located on Pier 5 Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse is open to the public during the day and can be privatized anytime to hold corporate meetings, luncheons and private receptions.
The last all sail ship built by the US Navy provides a spectacular view of Baltimore’s historic waterfront and offers a most distinctive venue for corporate hospitality and private parties. Located on Pier 1 in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor the USS Constellation is open to the public during the day as a museum. Private Events may be arranged outside of advertised visiting hours.
U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Taney
Known as "The Queen of the Pacific," the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Taney is the last surviving vessel afloat today from the December 7, 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Taney also served as USN flagship during the battle of Okinawa and during the Vietnam War she helped interdict the flow of arms along the coast and provided medical assistance. Located on Pier 5, the Taney is one of seven Treasury/Secretary Class cutters built for the US Coast Guard and is open to the public during the day. Private Events may be arranged outside of advertised visiting hours.
Historic Ships, Baltimore — Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse
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