Address : 306 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210, United States
Timings : 10:00 am to 4:00 pm (Thursday-Sunday), Monday-Wednesday closed
Closed On : Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day
Admission Fee : USD 29.95 (adults), USD 21.95 (ages 5 to 12), Free (ages 4 and under)
Guided Tour Duration : Approximately 1 hour
Guided Tour Highlights : 18th century replica vessel tour, Dumping tea into the waters, Seeing the Robinson Tea Chest, exploring 18th century replica sailing vessels
Programs : Monthly Tavern Nights, Revelry on Griffin’s Wharf, Unconditional Love: Letters of John and Abigail Adams
Parking Garages Nearby : Farnsworth Street Garage, Stillings Street Garage
The Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum provides an excellent opportunity for anyone who wishes to learn in depth about all that transpired in 1773 following the Tea Acts imposed by the British Government. It is known for its exhibits, interactive reenactments, display of historic artefacts and restored tea ships, all of which elicit an impression of being back in that era, during the historic events of the Boston Tea Party.
Undoubtedly one of the most significant moments in the country’s history, the Boston Tea Party of 1773 has been solidified in time and represented via the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum. Located on Congress Street in Boston, the museum offers a wonderful opportunity for people to learn about the event that contributed heavily towards the nation’s fight for independence through exhibits, two restored tea ships, activities, artefacts and much more. Open 4 days a week, the museum enables visitors to go back in time to experience the historic occurrences of 1773, along with other events and delicious food, all at a very reasonable price.
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