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Relive the most important event leading up to the American Revolution on this tour of the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum. Choose a guide, if desired, then journey back in time to the famous Boston Tea Party, an incident that changed the course of American history. It’s more than a stroll through historic artifacts, though. It’s truly one of the top-rated museums in the city of Boston. There are interactive exhibits, authentically restored tea ships and a gripping, multi-sensory documentary that’s not to be missed.

Highlights

  • Admission to the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum
  • Get an in-depth look at the events leading up to the Boston Tea Party
  • Learn how the Boston Tea Party kick-started the American Revolution
  • Enjoy a comprehensive experience that combines historic artifacts with cutting-edge technology
  • Explore one of the tall ships and see one of the two remaining tea chests from the Boston Tea Party

What You Can Expect

Admission to Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum

Tall Ships in Boston

This tour of the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum ushers visitors through virtual exhibits, authentically restored tea ships and traditional Boston museum exhibits. The tour provides the opportunity to participate in, explore and learn about the people, events and consequences that led up to the American Revolution — all in the order in which they occurred back in 1773. Get a sense of what life was like in 18th-century Boston.

This floating museum features actors in period dress, interactive exhibits, authentically restored tea ships and a gripping, multi-sensory documentary entitled “Let it Begin Here.” Meet the colonists, explore the ships and even dump tea overboard just as the Sons of Liberty did.

At the Meeting House, hear the story of the night of December 16, 1773, and get ready to dump tea alongside the patriots. There are two authentically restored tea ships — the Eleanor and the Beaver.

Inside the museum is a high-definition, 3D holographic at Griffin’s Wharf that makes visitors feel like they are on a Boston street in 1773. See the Robinson Half Chest, one of only two of the original tea chests that was dumped into the Boston Harbor that night.

Customer Reviews

jnwenkalman

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Very informative. The tea box saved by the family that came from the ship was interesting. All very good but would have been nice to have some sitting at section where the women were on hologram. By that time we had been standing for a long time and being older it would have been nice to have a sitting area.

roberta.howard

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

this was our first tour when we arrived and i am glad I did it the first day. set the tone for the entire rest of the trip and it was wonderful!!! i would have done this one twice!!!

Michael M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

Enjoyed the presentation and Mercy was great, thank you.

Frederick N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

Very enjoyable. Grand children learned a lot of history. Good videos.

Kathy D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

very enjoyable...

Frederick N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Well organized.Informative.Ensctment was superb. Video was clear.Definite recommend this tour.

Jeff R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

The actors were very convincing and got the audience involved.

Christopher B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

We really enjoyed this exursion. We learned a lot of history and it was fun watching all the videos.

Vicki K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Super museum! They made us part of the Boston Tea Party! Great memory for kids.

mark p

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Well done and guides/ actors did a wonderful job. Also very informative

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