Built : 1729
Museum Since : 1877
Architect : Robert Twelves
Architectural Style : Georgian
Known As : Boston’s Sanctuary of Freedom
Address : 310 Washington St., Boston, MA 02108, USA
Timings : 10:00 am to 4:00 pm (Thursday- Sunday), Monday- Wednesday closed
Admission Fee : Fee: USD 7 (adults), USD 6 (seniors and students), USD 4 (ages 12 and under)
Closest Subway Stations : State Street, Downtown Crossing, Park Street
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One of the 16 sites on the Freedom Trail, the Old South Meeting House in downtown Boston is a former Congregational church turned museum. It is an extremely popular building not just in Boston but in the country since it is associated with a number of historical events, including the beginning of the Boston Tea Party.
The Old South Meeting House was built by Robert Twelves in downtown Boston in 1729 in the Georgian style of architecture. Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1960, it is not only known for being a place of worship or for its architecture but also for being at the center of many significant events in the history of the United States.
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