While many historic sites are a bit on the boring side, this museum is very well done. The history of the ship is told by active US Navy servicemen dressed in historic uniforms. After a quick tour of the ship, we spent a lot of...More
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Although we enjoyed the USS Constitution itself, this museum augments the visit to the ship. Be sure to do both. In the museum, you learn a great deal more about the building of the ship as well as the people involved. A great history lesson....More
This would be a great place to take young children. There were many hands on activities to keep them busy. However, as an adult looking to see historical objects, artifacts and information, it was not worth the time it took to visit. The USS Constitution...More
I loved the time we spent in the USS Constitution Museum. My favorite part is that it was hands on...I wish I would have had my grandchildren with me. I also learned so much about the ship and the War of 1812. Loved it.
We had planned a quick walk-through of this museum but ended up spending more than one hour here! There is no entrance fee but they do ask for donations; definitely worth the $10 we donated for the two of us to visit. Pretty much all...More
Museum offered background history on the USS Constitution and how pivotal this boat was in defending against the English. The presentations were informative and we are glad the shop has been maintained for all to see.
Most fascinating for me was the fact that the ship is still a registered Naval warship with active-duty sailors assigned to it. Very enjoyable, free tour of a piece of American history!
Free!. Sailors on deck are passionate about this vessel and interesting to listen too. Museum is interesting and kid friendly, lots of activities for the youngens.
Truly a sight to visit. The museum is hands on and informative. Even though Constitution is under renovation and has limited visiting hours, it is still worth a stop.
A fine museum with a strong Nautical theme in History. It really takes you back to see what life was like in the early days of American history.