Old South Meeting House
Where the Boston Tea Party began in 1773!
310 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108
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Visit the famed, National Historic Landmark where liberty found its allies and the American Revolution gained its voice. Within the walls of Old South Meeting House, meeting by meeting, vote by vote, a revolution began. Highlights of the Old South Meeting House: The authentic 1729 meeting house where the Boston Tea Party began- one of the nation's most important colonial landmarks! A charming historic 3-D model of colonial Boston showing the Patriots' route to the harbor! John Hancock's portable writing desk A first edition 1773 book by slave & poet Phillis Wheatley And many more rare revolutionary artifacts and historic documents
Holiday Open House
Friday, December 4 and Saturday, December 5, 10 am to 4 pm Holiday Open House - Whigs, Tories, and Family Fun! Stop by during...
Fri, Dec 4 - Sat, Dec 5, 2015
Middays at the Meeting House: "And One For The Pot...": Tea in Colonial America
Join two ladies from The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum as they demonstrate the finer points of 18th-century tea...
Fri, Dec 4, 2015
The Rituals of Tea: Bostonians Yesterday and Today
From ancient to modern times around the globe, tea drinkers have practiced distinctive "tea rituals." Elaborate routines accompanying...
Fri, Dec 11, 2015
The 242nd Anniversary Boston Tea Party Reenactment
It's December 16 and tea must be spilled! Gather at Old South Meeting House, where the colonists met in 1773, with colonial...
Wed, Dec 16, 2015
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