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A very informative and entertaining experience. Well worth the money. we were made to feel very welcome and part of the experience.
Fabulous tour. The actor assigned to our group was brilliant and involved eveyone in the adventure in a very easy friendly way. We learned lots about the event in an entertaining way. the gift shop and tea room were also very good.
This was the high light of our trip. The multi media presentation, the acting crew, the group participation made this an experience to remember. We have talked many times about this part of our trip and would go back again. Thanks for doing a great job on this.
awesome experience. you really get to know american history.
This was fantastic! A good history review along with a fun and enjoyable way to present it. I recommend this to everyone! Pat Takacs
Actors are most realistic and engaging. History abounds through this captivating reinactment.
This is an interesting museum, there is lots of history here, it is a must to visit.
Great concept. It was fun being drawn into the mood. Each participant is given a character and the guides conduct the tour 'in character' themselves. What a great living history lesson. If you are in Boston, don't miss it.
The museum was informative and very interactive. We learned a lot and the characters were great!!
I really enjoyed this tour. I thought the information and the people that provided it were very passionate and informative. I did however think the tour was a little long.
This was a fun re-enactment with a moderate amount of participation from us tourists. Lots of good information about this historical event. Very enjoyable and a worthy tourist attraction. I did think we would be touring both ships, but only got to go onto one of them.
On a very cold Boston Fall Day but not raining Bonus as outside quite a bit.
The narrator lady was excellent as was the rest of the team. The museum was very informative if not a little small. The tour on the ship itself was short and not as authentic as would have liked as 'tea chests' not realistic enough and not enough realism with the throwing overboard.
The gift shop was quite large and somewhat overpriced we thought.
It is a must see and do though in Boston even though some of the tour bus operators don't give it a good rating, it seems its an unpopular addition to the Boston Visitor experience, but not for us.
An enjoyable, informative theatrical event. We had the first day cancelled due to loss of power, but they happily offered the next day or our money back.
was a bit dull, a bit boring to be honest but it's one of those things you have to do in boston and your not there for long! being English it doesn't make you feel very welcome
It was interesting. Learned a lot about how the war was started. Wished the group was smaller and crying babies or children under three not allowed. Missed part of the movie due to screaming child.
Brought the experience alive. Loved the talking pictures - captivating.
Getting the tourists involved as characters was a great way to make it even more interesting. The tea tasting was fun as well.