The Historic Liberty Ship
JOHN W. BROWN will visit Cambridge Maryland, August 5 to 11, 2018
Come Welcome her to Cambridge!   Sailwinds Park - August 4 at 5pm

"STEAM DAY" August 5 10am to 4pm
Come see our 140 ton Triple Expansion Engine in action.

"Honoring Veterans"
with free admission during our visit.

The JOHN W. BROWN is a fully operational, steaming maritime museum and a memorial to the shipyard workers who built, merchant mariners who sailed, and the U.S. Navy Armed Guard crews who defended the Liberty ships during World War II.  2500 Libertys survived the war, now only two ships survive from that great LIBERTY FLEET.   The JOHN W. BROWN is a National Historic Ship and is fully restored and maintained as close as possible to her World War II configuration and lacks modern conveniences.  Visitors must be able to walk up the gangway to board the ship.

Open for tours:
    August 5 -  10am to 4pm
    August 6 - 1pm to 4pm and 6pm to 8:30pm

    August 7 - 1pm to 4pm and 6pm to 8:30pm
    August 8 - 10am to 3pm
    August 9 - 10am to 3pm
    August 10 - 
1pm to 4pm and 6pm to 8:30pm
    August 11 - 12pm to 7:30pm

Tour museum spaces, crew quarters, bridge, messrooms, troop berthing and much more. View the magnificent 140-ton triple-expansion steam engine, walk the decks, and stand on the bridge from that historic time.

Suggested donation $10 from adults; children under 12 are free.

Living History Cruises
on the Chesapeake Bay
September 1, 2018

To order tickets go to our home page. 
For more information email us at

Project Liberty Ship Inc., PO BOX 25846, Baltimore, Maryland 21224     
Ship’s Office 410-558-0646    Tickets: 410-558-0164

Project Liberty Ship is a Baltimore based all volunteer, nonprofit organization

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