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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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Great videos, nice tour of a ship, fun acting, and very informative! We loved the shop and the tea is great! We also had sandwiches for lunch and sampled the historic teas. My favorite was the turkey dinner sandwich!
This fully guided reenactment of the events leading up to the American Revolution is a wonderful way for children to connect to the history that they have learned in school. Tour starts in a meeting room where participants are assigned a role as one of...More
Knowing nothing about the Boston Tea Party, I can firmly say I was very well educated by this experience, but in a very fun way! The re-enactment actors are all so well trained and enthusiastic. I truly enjoyed every moment, with special mention to Mary-Anne...More
Unfortunately, on this very cold winter day we were unable to view the Boston Tea Party Ships Museum. But we did get a photo with the John Adams and looked out over the Harbour at all the sailing ships and historical buildings.
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This was such a pleasant surprise and WONDERFUL experience. I absolutely LOVED this! The Tea Party staff are so great, as well as funny and kind. Several people were on hand to point me in the right direction from tickets to the meeting hall.
This is such fun! It is a fully interactive, historical re-enactment/dramatization of the Boston Tea Party. The leaders all really know their stuff and are completely in character, whilst maintaining some humourous asides. You get to explore replica boats and throw the tea overboard. But,...More
I think it's feasible to access the boat with a wheelchair or a similar device, but you might not find it easy to manoeuvre on to/on the ship.
If should have someone with you who can lift it and move it by hand.