Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum
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About Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum, Boston
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.
Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum Information
- Guided tours are available.
Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum Tickets Prices
- Adult: $25.00
- Senior citizens/Students: $22.00
- Child: $15.00
How To Get To Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum by Public Transport
- Boston: South Station
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Address: 306 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210, United States
Ticket Price: 25 USD
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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We had a great experience reliving history. I really appreciated the actors indicating when there would be louder portions of the experience car. This made it more welcoming to me and my guide dog. Their verbal descriptions and explanations really brought the experience to life for me as a blind person. The actors were incredible. Would like to know more about whether or not there were African American soldiers who participated in the early days of the revolutionary war. It would be cool if they had some braille and large print materials for visually impaired visjtors. But definitely will be back!
We absolutely did NOT enjoy this museum. Without being told ahead of time, we were required to participate in a continuous play-acting version of the Tea party event. I tried to step away and go to the actual museum but was told I must see the manager. He informed me that no one was allowed in the .museum alone for great they might destroy artifacts. It turns out there is no museum as such, the entire thing is a continuous play acting event. We demanded and received a refund. What a colossal waste of time! I do not enjoy being lied to, nor being treated as if I would destroy artifacts.
Recommended by many friends and now I will recommend this too. Right from starting to end, everything was in sync…and like the way it happened in history, they narrated us in similar fashion... 1-hall gathering (where guy was in character of Samuel Adams motivated us and we were playing Bostonians who is about to take participate in historical Boston tea party) 2- Took a tour to replica ship where we got to know why tea was thrown and how. There are dummies and you can also throw this in sea... (I did my bit by throwing 6 dummies) 3- Then in museum, they ll show you movies like how this happened Overall wonderful experience.
Warning to families with young children. This is 75 minutes of history lectures one after another, and it requires babies/toddlers to stay quiet while giving them no space/ things to explore. Very little performances that can involve small children. You are also told to park your stroller on the main road for 75 minutes without any oversight. I can't help wondering how many visitors have lost their strollers here. - REFUND - You can’t even get your refund in person or over the phone. You have to physically mail the original tickets back and it will take 4-6 weeks to process. They really make it difficult for the users.
So great! Loved this museum and tour. The guides/actors are funny and informative. The ships were fun to walk through, kids enjoyed dumping "tea" into the harbor. Museum part was surprising and varied. We sampled the teas and had a good lunch in the tea room. The gift shop has lots of nice souvenirs, many at reasonable prices. Everyone should visit this place!
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