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USS Constitution Cruise tickets

Gate Prices Adult $25.15
Child (3-12) $20.95

Overview
History, character, top-ranked universities, and winning sports teams – see why Boston has it all on this historical Harbor Cruise.

Overview
History, character, top-ranked universities, and winning sports teams – see why Boston has it all on this historical Harbor Cruise.

What your USS Constitution Cruise tickets include

  • A 45-minute narrated cruise through Boston Harbor
  • A chance to tour and explore the Charlestown Navy Yard
  • An up close and personal experience with the USS Constitution
  • A history of Boston and a trip past famous landmarks like the site of the Boston Tea Party

Hop aboard a Boston Harbor Cruise for a unique perspective on the history and intrigue of this great city. Learn about Beantown’s storied past on a 45-minute narrated cruise, complete with a tour of the USS Constitution and Charlestown’s most famous landmarks.

This tour brings you up close and personal with the iconic USS Constitution, otherwise known as Old Ironsides. The esteemed vessel is famous for being one of the first ships ever commissioned by the US Navy. You’ll cruise right up to her home at the Charlestown Navy and will have the option to disembark and explore the beauty for yourself. If you choose to disembark, you’re more than welcome to catch a different ship back.

Aside from being able to walk aboard the USS Constitution, you’ll also be able to explore other famous Navy Ships at the shipyard, snap memorable photos of the Boston Harbor skyline, and get a feel for America’s maritime history. Take time to walk around Charlestown Shipyard and the nearby attractions for the full Boston experience.

Once back onboard, you’ll cruise through the Harbor and back to the start. Listen on as your captain points out Old North Church, the site of the Boston Tea Party, and the Charlestown Bunker Hill Monument. The USS Constitution Cruise is one of the most relaxing and enjoyable way to learn about Boston’s monumental history.

The USS Constitution Cruise Highlights
Here are some of the things you’ll see on this tour

  • USS Constitution, often called Old Ironsides, the oldest active US Navy Ship
  • The site of the Boston Tea Party
  • Charlestown Navy Yard
  • Charlestown’s Bunker Hill Monument
  • Old North Church
  • Boston Harbor

Did you know?

  • The USS Constitution was affectionately nicknamed Old Ironsides because of its uncanny ability to withstand every cannon shot fired at the ship’s hull during the War of 1812
  • USS Constitution is the oldest active Navy ship in the country and has the honorable record of being undefeated in battle
The Boston Explorer Pass is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility. Choose to use your pass for USS Constitution Cruise tickets, then look to the list of other top attractions for your other Explorer Pass admission choices!

Getting In

Your pass must be redeemed in person for a BHC boarding pass at the Ticket Center on Long Wharf. This cruise is sold on a first-come, first-served basis. You may not present your pass for a ticket for cruising on a future date.

Hours

March 25- November 19: Daily, every hour on the half hour 10:30 am-4:30 pm. Please check attraction website for exact schedule.

Closings

November 20–late March. May be closed major U.S. holidays.

Address

1 Long Wharf
Boston, MA 02110

Driving Directions

Take I-93 S to exit 24A (Government Center), keeping right on off-ramp (Government. Center) or I-93 N to exit 23 (Government Center). Follow signs to Aquarium Wharf. BHC is located between the Aquarium and Marriott Hotel.

Public Transportation

Take the T: Blue Line to Aquarium stop.
 

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