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At the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum, you can be a part of the famous event that forever changed the course of American History! It’s more than a stroll through historic artifacts – it’s an adventure! Located on the Congress Street Bridge in...more
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While we were visiting Boston we decided to check this attraction out. So very glad we did. We all felt like we were back in time. It was very interactive and so educational. We didnt expect this to be as good as it was. My...More
friends recommended this before we traveled to Boston, sadly due the the very cold icy conditions minus 20 it was closed due to safety restrictions ,but is more or less in the same area ,were the Historical tea party took place ...
I wasn’t sure what to expect with this tour but I absolutely recommend it! Tours run every hour and the interactive component means you are constantly learning and not getting bored. I would definitely recommend this tour to anyone who wants an easy to digest...More
We spent a few hours here during our first ever trip to Boston. It’s a wonderful “living” museum with lots of information presented in a “first person” experience. We loved it all and should be included in your Boston tourist itinerary.
We had a good time. Great staff and guides made the visit enjoyable. It is very touristy and a little cheesy, I would not enjoy if there had been long lines or a wait. Fairly short visit, about one hour.
The tour takes just over an hour, adult price about 25$.
The guides will give you a very informative history lesson in a fun way. Great historical outfits and acting.
You can explore the ship, museum and the tea rooms afterwards for a spot of...More
I came here with my niece and nephew (5&3) and I think that most of the experience was lost on them. The guides at the museum kept talking to them and telling stories and explaining things in a way that was way too complicated for...More
I think it's feasible to access the boat with a wheelchair or a similar device, but you might not find it easy to manoeuvre on to/on the ship.
If should have someone with you who can lift it and move it by hand.