Old Town Trolley Tours, Ghosts & Gravestones and the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum beginning Tuesday, March 17 will be closed. We plan to re-open on Saturday, March 28, 2020.
Boston Tea Party Information
-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.
-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.
Completed in 1899, this beautiful pink granite building has been the hub of Boston’s rail transportation for more than a century. South Station was built to be a union station for the four railroad terminals serving Boston. The train shed, which was removed in 1930 due to corrosion, was one of the largest in the world. South Station was restored in 1989, leaving 13 tracks and a smaller building, which features Boston restaurants and businesses.
Here you can catch an Amtrak train for points south, a commuter rail to Boston’s suburbs, or take the city’s red and silver lines of the subway system.
A variety of convenient dining and shopping choices are available in the station’s magnificent terminal lobby.
Adjacent to South Station is Boston’s regional bus terminal.