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  • Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, Massachusetts

Discovery American History at the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

Get fascinating insight into the most famous event that led to the American Revolution and changed the course of history at the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum. Enjoy an interactive living history experience, guided tours, interactive exhibits, artifacts, interpreters, recreated 18th Century ships, and the multi-sensory documentary "Let It Begin Here" that capture the spirit of defiance and freedom. Enjoy the one-hour guided tour through one of the best Boston history museums and legendary Boston Tea Party ships, the brig Beaver and ship Eleanor, and learn about this key moment in America's struggle for independence. Stop by Abigail's Tea Room to enjoy fresh baked goods, spirits, and the five teas thrown overboard at the Boston Tea Party.

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Hours

 
  • In Season: First tour: 10am, last tour: 5pm
  • Off Season: First tour: 10am, last tour: 4pm
  • Museum tours begin every 30 minutes
 
 

Prices

 
  • Adults; $29.95
  • Children: $21.95
 
 

Events

  • Reenactments in 3-D
  • Tavern Nights
  • Documentary
 
 

Activities

  • Guided Tours
  • Minuteman Theatre
  • 1773 Tea Chest
  • Tea Party Ships
  • Dining and Gift Shop
 

FAQs

  • How Long is the tour of the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum?

    Guided tours of the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum last approximately one hour to an hour and 15 minutes. The tour will take you through virtual exhibits, authentically restored tea ships, and the Boston Museum Exhibits that are all interconnected.
  • Is there parking at the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum?

    There’s discounted parking at the Farnsworth Street Garage on 17 Farnsworth Street and the Stillings Street Garage on 11 Stillings Street. Boston Tea Party Museum visitors enjoy $2 off parking rates with a BTPSM ticket validation stamp.
  • Are Pictures/Video Permitted Inside The Museum?

    The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum allows guests to take photos and videos outside the museum up to the point when they enter the ships. At that time, all cameras and smartphones must be turned off.
 

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