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" The Freedom Trail continues down Hull St. to Commercial St. and travels to the next stop the USS Constitution (1797) which is the oldest ship in the US Navy. Built to protect American Merchant Ships from pirates off the coast of North Africa, it was made famous during the War of 1812 where it never lost a battle and was nicknamed “Old Ironsides” because the ship was so strong (it is made out of wood) that the cannonballs from British ships would bounce harmlessly off its sides."
"At the end of Bostons Freedom Trail is this museum and is located in the Charleston Navy Yard. Another great spot to learn more about history. Again, be sure to check the opening hours to have access!"
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Building 22, Charlestown Navy Yard, Charlestown, MA 02129, USA
+1 617-426-1812
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