I have to admit to being a huge fan of museum ships, both large and small, civilian and military. HMS Victory was a highlight a few years ago. Constitution has always been a favorite, in part because I share the same surname as the first captain, although we are not related.Yeah, no Coke machines on Old Ironsides.
I toured the HMS Belfast on the Thames in London about 15 years ago. I thought it was well done.
For many years I live only an hour or so away from Constitution, so visited her a number of times.
Oddly, I never went aboard USS Massachusetts (BB-59) even though she was a half-hour drive from my house.
I got a real education on the USS Texas (BB-35) when I was a kid, because my father had served aboard her near-sister USS Utah (BB-31) as a Marine in the early 1930s.
Visiting the Wasa in Stockholm a few years ago was also a great experience, not to mention the Viking longship in Oslo.
I'm a sucker for almost anything that floats, or ever floated.
There are exceptions, however...