March 16th & 17th: Closed for Tours
To complete renovations, we will be closed for tours Monday, March 16th and Tuesday, March 17th. The Tea Room and Retail stores will remain open both days.
Upcoming Limited Public Tour Availability due to Group Tours Tuesday, March 24: Public tours are on an every hour schedule between 10am-11am. Saturday, March 28th: Public tours are on an every hour schedule between 10am-11am and again between 2pm-3pm. Tuesday, March 31st: Public tours are on an every hour schedule between 11am-12pm.
Retail Store and Abigail’s Tea Room Hour Changes Thursday, March 26th: Due to a private event the Tea Room will close today at 3:30pm.
Off-Season Hours: Now until March 31st, 2020
Currently, our Public tour times are on Off-Season hours. The First Public Tour starts at 10am and the last tour starts at 4pm. Both the Gift shop and Abigail’s Tea Room will stay open from 9am-5pm.
In-Season Hours: April 1, 2020 to November 1, 2020
Starting Monday, April 1, 2020, our tour times go into IN-Season hours. The First Tour starts at 10am and the last tour starts at 5pm. The gift shop and Abigail’s Tea Room both will stay open from 9am-6pm.
Honors Christopher Columbus and his explorations of the Americas, Boston’s military commitments to freedom from Colonial times through today, and the city’s Italian heritage. The parade kicks off at the Boston Public Market near City Hall Plaza and winds through the North End’s narrow streets – Atlantic Ave, Hanover Street, Endicott. Starts at approximately 1pm and normally lasts about 2 hours.
Boston Book Festival (BBF) celebrates literature and writing with dozens of author talks, seminars, writing workshops, exhibitors and publishers, live music, and kids’ entertainment in and near Copley Square on Saturday and Roxbury on Sunday.