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Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

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Admission to Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum
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At the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum, you can be a part of the famous event that forever changed the course of American History! It’s more than a stroll through historic artifacts – it’s an adventure! Located on the Congress Street Bridge in...more
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306 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210-1027
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

My two teenaged grandchildren seemed interested. Shocked me. They get the crowd involved, get to throw some tea into the river. Overall a good tour, the people working there seemed to genuinely enjoy their work.

Thank Clarence W
Reviewed yesterday

This attraction is a must-see if you love history. Even if you don't, you will be entertained. They start with a reenactment that involves audience members and truly puts you back into the 1700s. Then, you can go down and "throw" tea off of the...More

Thank HaleyB16
Reviewed 2 days ago

We were impressed with the staff who very well introduced us to our American History and the Revolution.The staff were very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about involving youngsters to interact parts of the script, It was a delightful , noisy, interaction which allowed more information to...More

Thank Joanie4875
Reviewed 2 days ago

Great museum and Boston Tea Party reenactment. Enjoyed being party of the reenactment and the tour of the ship and the film of the history and people involved.

Thank George W
Reviewed 2 days ago

Yes, it is a "tourist" event, but if you immerse yourself in it and get into the occasion, along with the tour guides who are all dressed in period costumes, you can't but enjoy it and don't forget to have a go at throwing the...More

Thank Shipwrecked49
Reviewed 3 days ago

The Tea Party Ship & Museum is a classic stop on the tourist Freedom Trail route of Boston. It does have an interesting story to tell, and the ship and museum have recently been completely redone after a fire destroyed the old ship and pier.

Thank Ray T
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Okay,......what a great history lesson! I wish I had taken my kids here when they were in 5th grade. The whole experience was sooooooooo fun and I now know the story of the Boston Tea Party. The actors were excellent and I rally got a...More

Thank Shauna P
Reviewed 3 days ago

A must do in Boston. Really interactive and immersive experience - the Americans just do this so well. Very enthusiastic staff. Enjoyable and educational. Terrific fun.

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Reviewed 4 days ago

I really loved this. It was interactive. I want to mention I did a tour of Lexington and Concord the day before I came here and it really helped me follow along with the history of the tea party. So if you have plans to...More

Thank Staci446
Reviewed 4 days ago

With staff who really get into their roles, this was a great way for us to learn and experience how the american revolution began and how Boston and Bostonians were involved. The museum is entertaining, well maintained and at the end of the tour has...More

Thank Mark R
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Barbara G
August 16, 2018|
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Response from Matt R | Reviewed this property |
The “barking crab” was extremely popular when I was in Boston. A second popular restaurant was “the daily catch seaport.” Neither did I try...but the amount of people at both was mostly local.
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Marilyn C
August 9, 2018|
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Response from Drozer68 | Reviewed this property |
I think it's feasible to access the boat with a wheelchair or a similar device, but you might not find it easy to manoeuvre on to/on the ship. If should have someone with you who can lift it and move it by hand.
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Barbara G
August 4, 2018|
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Response from Pandapie1220 | Reviewed this property |
Hi. I had looked to pre book tickets on Expedia prior to going but I didnt want to restrict myself to a set time. I know you can get discounted rates for pre booking but we just paid on the door. Whichever way you do it I'm... More
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