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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!!
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.
This was an interesting experience, with the guides keeping in character and encouraging visitors to take part and interact with the exhibits. As a non-US visitor I would say it is very much geared towards US tourists and assumes quite a lot of knowledge about the people involved. However, that didn't detract too much from our experience and I'd say it is worth a visit if you are in Boston.