Please see route changes for Jan.19,2019
Due to the March Forward MA. march on 01/19/2019 in Boston, some of our stops will be impacted all day.
Stops #7 (Charles St/Antique Row), #8 (Cheers) and #14 (New State House/Boston Common) will be closed all day.  Our Trolleys will leave from Stop #6 (Cambridge/MIT) and head directly to Stop #9 (Prudential Tower/Skywalk)
Stop #6 will be moved to 50 Broadway, Cambridge MA. In front of the Cambridge Marriot all day.
Stop #13 will be moved to  200 Stuart St. Boston, MA. by the Revere Hotel all day.
We apologize for an inconvenience this may cause.
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Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

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The Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum is an interactive, high tech, floating museum. Unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before, this unique museum sits on a barge in the water, includes tours on restored tea ships and a stunning, interactive documentary that immerses you into the events that led up to the American Revolution.

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Adults $29.95 $28.45 $1.50
Seniors**, Students, Military $26.95 $25.60 $1.35
Children (ages 4-12) $18.00 $17.10 $0.90
Children Under 4 FREE FREE

**Seniors – Ages 60 and up

What happened in December of 1773 in the Boston Harbor is known as one of the most important events in the history of the USA. It was on this night that a group of colonists became enraged, inspired and ultimately reacted to unfair taxation laws by throwing more than 300 crates of tea into the harbor. The Boston Tea Party took place on December 16, 1773—and now you can travel back in time to be a part of all the action.

Your Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum Includes:

  • Journey Back in Time to the Famous Event that Changed American History!
  • See Live Actors and High-Tech, Interactive Exhibits
  • Visit Authentically Restored Tea Ships
  • View Our Multi-Sensory Documentary “Let it Begin Here”
  • Dump Tea Overboard Just as the Sons of Liberty Did
  • Stop in at Abigail’s Tea Room for Tea Time
  • Visit the Gift Shop for Special Souvenirs

Touch, feel, see and hear what the patriots felt when their passions and angers flared at the injustice of taxation without representation. Participate in multi-sensory exhibits, witness dramatic reenactments by professional actors and historians and discover the true story behind the Boston Tea Party.

You’ll journey back in time to December 16, 1773, when the colonists marched onboard the tea ships docked in Griffin’s Wharf. You’ll come face-to-face with these patriots—and even get the chance to dump tea overboard with them!

The Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum is an educational, entertaining and enlightening adventure you just can’t miss while in Boston.

Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

In Season (April – October): First tour: 10am, last tour: 5pm
Off Season (November – March): First tour: 10am, last tour: 4pm

Museum tours begin every 30 minutes.

Abigail’s Tea Room
Open Daily
(Additional Cost)
In Season (April – October): 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Off Season (November – March): 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Phone: (866) 955-0667

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