Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum, Boston
Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum, Boston - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
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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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 Ticket Prices
- Adult: $25.00
- Senior citizens/Students: $22.00
- Child: $15.00
How To reach Boston Tea Party Ships And Museum by Public Transport
- Boston: South Station
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Reenactment of the Boston Tea Party. Staff were friendly and beautifully dressed. They were charming and knowledgeable. We had a light lunch and bottomless tea. The scones were a little dry but they were tasty nevertheless. Thanksgiving sandwich was to die for. Really great. The bottomless tea meant you could try all five types of tea that were tipped into the harbor during the protest. Our server was very knowledgeable on the subject and gave us some great context of the teas, who would be drinking them and quality tasting notes. There were fun games on the table for people to play. So one could conceivably spend a couple of hours chilling out in the atmosphere. We didn't have time to do the whole tour, but we could hear it occasionally, and it sounded like fun. Recommended.
The Boston Tea Party museum was incredible. The group participation made it all the more fun. The replica ship was fun and the kids had a blast throwing the fake tea boxes over board. I couldn't believe they had an original crate that washed up on the shores from that night. Our guide / actors were INCREDIBLE. Fully immersed, they really added that extra bit that made the tour so much more fun. The gift shop was extensive and had some very unique and no fun things to choose from. The tea and scone shop was cute. We had a few scones and cookies. Very well put together and pretty easy to find off the T train.
Overall pleasant experience! The location is great - hovering over the bay with views of the city all around. The cafe is quaint and relaxing, especially if you do the bottomless tea flight (even though there was tax on the tea. hehe) The performers were entertaining, although I admit I did not pay to take a tour or attend the museum. Still a fun time!
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.