Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum

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  • Address: 306 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210, United States, 2210
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-6173381773
  • Ticket Price: 25 USD
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Specialty Museums, Social, Arts
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Be a part of the popular event that changed the face of the American history for a lifetime. The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum is a floating museum that comes with an out of the world experience. At the museum you witness a drama enacted by interactive actors that explain the story of the 'Boston Tea Party'. While you take a dip into history, you practice historic acts like flipping the tea into water and more. If you go in for a guided tour you would get heaps of information about the historic times in America. Get an itinerary planned around The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum using Boston trip planner. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Boston itinerary 5 days.

Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum Travel Tips

  • Guided tours are available.

Entrance Ticket Details For Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum

  • Adult: $25.00
  • Senior citizens/Students: $22.00
  • Child: $15.00 

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  • Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum Address: 306 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210, United States, 2210
  • Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum Contact Number: +1-6173381773
  • Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum Price: 25 USD
  • Time required to visit Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum: 01:00 Hrs
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  • 49.42% of people who visit Boston include Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum in their plan

  • 55.42% of people start their Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum

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Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum Reviews & Ratings

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  • Cute little spot to explore. You don’t have to pay to explore the inside store. You only have to pay to get on the ship - which you can view for free on the outside. Everyone plays their parts and dresses up. Super cute. Here’s my best friend and I on the ramp down to the ship :)

  • This is the most fun thing we have done on our trip to Boston! The employees were fun and really helped us learn more about the Boston Tea Party. My 7 year old loved it too! We thought it could be a nice touch to serve a little complimentary tea after the video. Highly recommend!

  • This was one of the more expensive tours we did during our trip to Boston, but it was well worth it. The cast was enthusiastic and fun, we got to throw some tea overboard and then we were taken inside to see the museum. There was also a 12-minute video that was very well done. And they have the best gift shop in Boston.

  • Brought my family of four here (12 year old boy, 6 year old boy, and two adults) last Thursday, Oct 3rd during our trip to Boston. At the start of the tour, each person is given a card with the name of a person that took part in the Boston Tea Party and a short description of the individual. You also receive a feather to contribute to your "disguise" for when it's time to "raid" the ship. The tour starts in the meeting room with a reinactment and lots of participation from the patrons. It then moves on to the ship where everyone gets a chance to throw a box of "tea" in the harbor. Then a quick tour of the ship and back on to the dock where there's a pulley system that allows you to get the feel of what it was like to pull 35 lbs of tea up the ships like they did on that night. The actors are very knowledgeable, never break character, and include a good bit of humor throughout the entire tour. The tour then goes inside the museum where there is a short scene done with holograms and you can see a genuine tea box salvaged after being found following the Boston Tea Party. Definitely make sure you take time to go to Abigail's Tea Room after for baked goodies and to taste the teas that were dumped into the harbor. Overall an excellent experience. My kids had fun and both my husband and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

  • Absolutely top notch historical museum to take the entire family to. Besides the replica ship from back in the 1700's, the other amazing highlight of the tour was the actual tea crate that was supposedly part of the actual Boston Tea Party. I don't know how they actually authenticate it, but if it is legit, it is just incredible and awesome.

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