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Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum and Old South Meeting House Package

This combo tour presents the events around December 16th 1773. Learn how the Boston Tea Party changed the lives of Americans forever. Climb aboard historic ships, throw tea into the sea, enjoy a fully narrated tour and visit the Old South Meeting House, Where the Boston Tea Party Began!
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$35.95
Child
Child's age: 5-12 years old. Under 5 are free.
$22.95
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Relive the Boston Tea Party from fiery debate to salt water tea with this combo ticket package for the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum and Old South Meeting House, two remarkable sites dedicated to telling the story of "the single most important event leading up to the American Revolution!" Climb aboard historic ships and enjoy a fully narrated tour at the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum and visit Old South Meeting House, the authentic historic building where over 5,000 colonists debated the tea tax in 1773.

Highlights

  • Visit Boston's beautifully restored Old South Meeting House, Boston's "Sanctuary of Freedom!"
  • Enjoy a fully narrated and interactive tour at the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
  • Recount the events as they really happened
  • Explore Historic Ships and throw tea into the harbor
  • Discover rare revolutionary artifacts and historical documents at Old South Meeting House
  • See the Robinson Tea Chest - one of two known surviving tea chests from the 1773 Boston Tea Party
Sense the emotion and determination of our forefathers who fought for our freedom and independence. Join Sam Adams and his Fellow Patriots in a Rendezvous with History!

The Boston Tea Party was "the single most important event leading up to the American Revolution. Now the whole family can experience this historic event from fiery debate to salt water tea!

This combination package includes admission to the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum. Opening in June of 2012, the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum is dedicated to telling the story of that fateful night of December 16, 1773.

By combining cutting edge interactive technology with live historical performances, the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum offers an experience like no other. Throw tea overboard with the daring Sons of Liberty! Explore two historically restored tall ships! Gaze at the Robinson Half-Chest, one of only two surviving tea chests from the Boston Tea Party. Be inspired by the film "Let It Begin Here" in the Minuteman Theatre and learn the role that you will play in one of the most important events in American history.

This combination package includes admission to the Old South Meeting House. Don't miss your chance to visit in the actual historic building where over 5,000 colonists debated the tea tax in 1773, earning the building a reputation as 'the largest Dissenting Meeting House in Town." Stand in the same hall where Samuel Adams gave his secret signal to throw 340 crates of tea into Boston Harbor at the Boston Tea Party. Find inspiration in this historic landmark where liberty found its allies and the American Revolution got its voice.

At the Old South Meeting House, you will step into the authentic 1729 meeting house where the Boston Tea Party began, one of the nation's most important colonial landmarks. On exhibit are: tea leaves scoured from the muddy harbor after the Boston Tea Party; a tea label from one of the ill-fated tea crates in 1773; a charming historic 3-D model of colonial Boston showing the Patriots' route to the harbor, and much more.

The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum / Old South Meeting House tour is great for the whole family. And what a fun way to learn history! Make your reservations, get your eTickets now and step back into history. Relive the Boston Tea Party!

Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum® is a registered service mark of Historic Tours of America®, Inc.

Operating Times

Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum-Open Thursday through Sunday: First entry at 10:00am - last entry at 4:00pm. Now self guided tour. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Closed January 4th - March 3rd.
Old South Meeting House: Open Thursday through Sunday:10:00am-4:00pm.

Reservation Notes

Reservations are NOT needed or accepted. Tickets can be used on any operating day within 12 months of the purchase date.

Duration

self guided

Booth Location

Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum: 306 Congress St, Boston, Ma 02210 (Congress St Bridge)
Old South Meeting House: 310 Washington St, Boston, Ma 02210

Nearest Intersection

Congress Street and Dorchester Street

Parking

Old South Meeting House: Street Parking. Local Garages-Standard parking garage at 33 Arch St. (entrance on Hawley St.) Garage at Post Office Square at One Post Office Square (entrance at 130 Congress St.)

Age Requirements

Child's age: 5-12 years old. Under 5 are free.

Notes

Tickets can be used any day and do not need to be used on the same day.

Abigail's Tea Room open Thurs through Sun: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Souvenir tea cup is available for purchase with a pouring of hot tea included. Bakery items, as well as other hot and cold foods are offered, cafeteria-style throughout the day, at a per-item price. Please call 617-531-6238 for more information. On occasion the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum may close early for special events.
Guarantee Note: Due to the limited reserved seating and factors beyond the control of the operator, this product does not fall under the Trusted Tours and Attractions Guarantee program.