On the waterfront of Baltimore, MD, are a collection of

Located in the inner harbor of Baltimore, Maryland, Historic Ships in Baltimore celebrates more than 200 years of Maryland's naval and maritime history. The site’s attractions include the sloop-of-war Constellation, the last sail-only warship designed and built by the United States Navy. For lighthouse and lightship buffs there are two historic attractions. 

The lightship LV116, also known as the Lightship Chesapeake, is a National Historic Landmark and one of a small number of preserved lightships in the U.S. The Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse is a screw-pile structure that began service in 1856 at the entrance to the Patapsco River, on the approach to Baltimore Harbor. The City of Baltimore had the structure moved to its new home on the city’s waterfront in 1988.

 Alexa Price, today's guest, is the public programs manager for Historic Ships in Baltimore. Milca Touceda co-hosts.

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