Baltimore, Maryland: USS Torsk SS-423 Submarine
Take a walk-through tour of a floating World War II submarine and prepare to bump your head.
- 501 E. Pratt St., Baltimore, MD
- National Aquarium. I-95 exit at Eastern Ave. and travel west. Go all the way to the end of Eastern Ave., cross President St. The Taney is on the right, the Torsk is two piers in, straight ahead. There are several parking garages.
- Mar-Dec 10 am -5 pm, Nov-Dec F-Sa-Su 10 am - 5 pm (Call to verify)
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After a period of dry docking for cleaning and leak repair, the USS Torsk submarine is back in the water and open for tours. [RoadsideAmerica.com Team, 09/14/2011]
USS Torsk SS-423 Submarine
One of two surviving Tench-class Fleet submarines, this World War II submarine is open for tourists. The ship's original radio callsign was NKST, and its radio room, amateur radio station NK3ST, fires up several times a year for special occasions.
[Bob Stratton, 04/28/2005]
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