NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) - An International fleet of naval vessels will be open for tour today.
10 On Your Side's David Culver joined us from outside USS Fort McHenry at Front Street Park in Norfolk this morning and gave us a look onboard the ship.
Anyone planning on touring ships today is asked to bring a photo ID and to wear comfortable walking shoes. Most of the ships will open at noon for tours.
Staging areas will also be open in front of the ships for hands-on activities including dive tanks and
Staging areas will be open this morning. hands-on activities, dive tanks and demonstrations from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) teams.
Admission is free.
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