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Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum


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Congress Street Bridge
Boston, MA 02210
United States

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Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum


(??.? miles from you)

Congress Street Bridge
Boston, MA 02210
United States


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Why You Should Go...

At the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, be a part of the famous event that forever changed the course of American History. Experience this one-of-a-kind floating museum located on the Congress Street Bridge in Bos

Live actors, high-tech interactive exhibits, full-scale replica 18th-century sailing vessels, historic artifacts, and the award-winning multi-sensory documentary, "Let It Begin Here", are just a taste of what visitors will experience. Led by Samuel Adams, meet the courageous men and women responsible for the events of the fateful night of December 16, 1773, and take a turn at destroying the East India Company tea.

Be sure to stop in Abigail's Tea Room to taste the five historic teas that were thrown overboard during the "destruction of the tea", and in the Gift Shop, pick up a special souvenir to commemorate the time spent in Boston.

Experience the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum to take part in the "single most important event leading up to the American Revolution".

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Why You Should Go...

At the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, be a part of the famous event that forever changed the course of American History. Experience this one-of-a-kind floating museum located on the Congress Street Bridge in Boston, Massachusetts.

Live actors, high-tech interactive exhibits, full-scale replica 18th-century sailing vessels, historic artifacts, and the award-winning multi-sensory documentary, "Let It Begin Here", are just a taste of what visitors will experience. Led by Samuel Adams, meet the courageous men and women responsible for the events of the fateful night of December 16, 1773, and take a turn at destroying the East India Company tea.

Be sure to stop in Abigail's Tea Room to taste the five historic teas that were thrown overboard during the "destruction of the tea", and in the Gift Shop, pick up a special souvenir to commemorate the time spent in Boston.

Experience the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum to take part in the "single most important event leading up to the American Revolution".

What You Should Know...

Cost: Less than $50

Payment: Cash, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover, Debit

Discounts: Children, Seniors, Students, Military

Extra Fun...

Insider Info

In-Season Hours (April - October):

Gift Shop and Abigail's Tea Room: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Tours: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Off-Season Hours (November - March):

Gift Shop and Abigail's Tea Room: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Tours: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum is located in the same body of water in which the event of December 16, 1773, took place.

There were five types of tea thrown overboard during the "destruction of the tea" - three black teas (Bohea, Congou, and Souchong) and two green teas (Singlo and Hyson).

Fun Facts

The actual location of the Boston Tea Party is thought to be at the corner of Congress and Purchase Streets. The area is now a busy intersection.

The amount of tea that was dumped into Boston Harbor, over 92,000 pounds, would be worth around $1 million today.

A complete list of Boston Tea Party participants has never been established due to the secretive nature of the event.

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Why You Should Go...

At the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, be a part of the famous event that forever changed the course of American History. Experience this one-of-a-kind floating museum located on the Congress Street Bridge in Boston, Massachusetts.

Live actors, high-tech interactive exhibits, full-scale replica 18th-century sailing vessels, historic artifacts, and the award-winning multi-sensory documentary, "Let It Begin Here", are just a taste of what visitors will experience. Led by Samuel Adams, meet the courageous men and women responsible for the events of the fateful night of December 16, 1773, and take a turn at destroying the East India Company tea.

Be sure to stop in Abigail's Tea Room to taste the five historic teas that were thrown overboard during the "destruction of the tea", and in the Gift Shop, pick up a special souvenir to commemorate the time spent in Boston.

Experience the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum to take part in the "single most important event leading up to the American Revolution".

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What You Should Know...

Cost: Less than $50

Payment: Cash, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover, Debit

Discounts: Children, Seniors, Students, Military

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  • Huzzah! Tavern Nights

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    Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum

    Huzzah! Tavern Nights

    Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum

    Huzzah! Tavern Nights
    Leave twenty-first-century troubles and cares behind, grab a mug of ale, and join the Sons and Daughters of Liberty for the best hospitality in all of eighteenth-century Boston. Sample rustic fare, play authentic games, and learn boisterous songs and cheerful dance in a spirited colonial tavern atmosphere. Door open at 7:30 PM.

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Insider Info

In-Season Hours (April - October):

Gift Shop and Abigail's Tea Room: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Tours: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Off-Season Hours (November - March):

Gift Shop and Abigail's Tea Room: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Tours: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum is located in the same body of water in which the event of December 16, 1773, took place.

There were five types of tea thrown overboard during the "destruction of the tea" - three black teas (Bohea, Congou, and Souchong) and two green teas (Singlo and Hyson).

Fun Facts

The actual location of the Boston Tea Party is thought to be at the corner of Congress and Purchase Streets. The area is now a busy intersection.

The amount of tea that was dumped into Boston Harbor, over 92,000 pounds, would be worth around $1 million today.

A complete list of Boston Tea Party participants has never been established due to the secretive nature of the event.

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