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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
All reviews re enactment town meeting interactive experience replica ship talking portraits audience participation gift shop events leading up all ages short film period costume great fun history lesson american revolution samuel adams a lot of fun trolley tour
This was a great family activity. It was good for our whole family. We had 4 adults and 6 kids (ranging in age from 5-11) with us and we all enjoyed it. It was great information and we learned a lot. It was very engaging...More
Unfortunately the museum was closed for a public event. Maybe Check ahead next time.
Museum is on the water situated in a great walkable area. Children’s museum nearby.
Best find was the local restroom with live music on the water 1 block way.
The staff at the museum did an excellent job of making visitors catch the spirit of the revolutionists! There’s a simulated town hall meeting where guests receive cards and can participate. Later you get to come aboard the replica ships and throw “tea” into the...More
This was a fun experience. Takes you through the process our founding fathers went through during the Boston Tea Party. Great staff, gift store, tea room. One of our highlights in Boston. Highly recommend.
The Museum was a great experience for my daughter and I. It was done much better than I thought it would be! It was very engaging- kept moving from different experiences that kept the audience engaged and interested. The actors were accurate and helped my...More
This was a fun historical site. Very well done and you get your money's worth. Great props, realistic and knowledgeable acting staff. The ship was a replica which was awesome. It also had an impressive gift shop.
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.