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Battleship Cove [MA]

Battleship Cove is the largest collection of historic naval ships in the world. The cove boasts four large World War II-era battleships, along with a collection of smaller boats and naval helicopters.

The cove offers a variety of tours which can be adapted to any age group, a collection of naval ships available for tours, and a small museum with naval history exhibits. The website offers historical information regarding all of the cove's ships, visitor information, and an events calendar.