The world’s oldest commissioned warship will sail under its own power for just the second time in more than a century this weekend.
The city of Boston is always the place to be on the Fourth of July, and for some people, it’s an all-day party.
The official chorus of the United States Navy will perform chanteys, a 70’s sing along and patriotic selections on the Fourth of July.
Old Ironsides Has Something To Celebrate.
The USS Constitution Museum opened up its newest interactive exhibit, Old Ironsides 1812 Discovery Center on Saturday.
Thousands turned out for the annual Bunker Hill Day Parade in Charlestown on Sunday.
More than a dozen tall ships will descend on Boston Harbor this coming week as part of festivities to commemorate the bicentennial of the War of 1812.
The world’s oldest commissioned warship is honoring victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks by firing its guns four times, each time coinciding with the minute of impact of each of the four airplanes used in the assaults 10 years ago.
The USS Constitution will not give tours to the public at the height of Hurricane Irene in order to keep its visitors safe from dangerous winds and heavy rains from the storm.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Here are a couple ideas for you and the family!