Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum8 Votes Currently Open
- Address: 306 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210, USA, United States Map
- Phone: +1-6173381773
- Tags: Museums
The Boston Tea Party was a political protest on December 16,1773whichh arose as a result of the twin issues faced by the British Empire. The first being the financial problem of British East India Company and the other was the extent of parliamentary authority on British American colonies. The Tea Party became an event which triggered the American Revolution as the Americans had destroyed the entire shipment of tea. Today when you visit this historic place you will see the replica of the ship and fake tea boxes on board. The verbal description by the guides when they take you around will be an incredible experience. Museum has exhibits wonderfully displayed and the gift shop has a nice variety of souvenirs. Go for an enriching tour!
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- Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum Address: 306 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210, USA, United States
- Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum Contact Number: +1-6173381773
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