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At the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum, you can be a part of the famous event that forever changed the course of American History! It’s more than a stroll through historic artifacts – it’s an adventure! Located on the Congress Street Bridge in...more
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Interesting and informative. A great look back in history to the Boston tea party and what led up to the chain of events that occurred. Very picturesque and well worth it. I would highly recommend this to anyone coming to Boston.
My 10-year-old daughter and I loved the Tea Party experience! The character actors were enthusiastic and really brought history to life. So many fun, unexpected experiences within the museum tour. Highly recommend for the entire family.
We were a group of 4 adults and 4 young children, all aged almost 7 and younger. Since the two oldest are home schooled, their mother prepared them by reading several picture books about the events of the American Revolution and by showing them episodes...More
We had a lovely time here. I'd only visit if you are interested in the history of Boston and it's ties many years ago with England. It is a guided tour, so if you weren't interested you would soon be bored as it lasted about...More
We visited the gift shop and decided to have lunch at Abiglaes Tea Room. It was such a neat room - the costumes of the servers made it even better. We shared a roast beef sandwich and it was enough for two people. I would...More
Considering this place was the birthplace of the American revolution I would have expected much more by way of artifacts, narrative or mementoes. Instead we had a (participative) briefing by costumed characters who led us onto a replica boat and invited us to toss 'casks...More
Response from Traingran | Reviewed this property |
I believe that is one of the only days they close. It would be a shame for you to miss this event as it is well worth the visit. You feel as if you have been transported back in time. Do try to fit it in another day.
Response from TeresaC819 | Reviewed this property |
I don’t think they take reservations. The trolley stop is right across the street from the Museum. They have several tours going through, in different areas, at the same time. The tour moves quickly through the museum... More
I don’t think they take reservations. The trolley stop is right across the street from the Museum. They have several tours going through, in different areas, at the same time. The tour moves quickly through the museum, maybe 45 min total. Ends at gift shop where you could shop or walk back out.