Located off Congress Street Bridge, immerse yourself in a multi-sensory experience that includes live actors, interactive exhibits & authentically restored tea ships.
Relive the Event that Started a Revolution
Historical interpreters, interactive exhibits, full-scale restored 18th Century sailing vessels, historic artifacts, and the award-winning multi-sensory documentary “Let It Begin Here” are just a taste of what you will experience during your visit.
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Join the Sons & Daughters of Liberty on a rendezvous with history! Enter the meeting house and step back in time to rebellious 1773 Boston.
Storm aboard one of our two Tea Ships, the brig Beaver or ship Eleanor!
The 18th Century meets cutting edge technology! Experience the immediate debate firsthand and the potential ramifications for your bold actions!
Protected and preserved for more than two centuries, the Robinson Tea Chest is the only known surviving tea chest from the Boston Tea Party.
Immerse yourself in our award winning multi-sensory film! Our documentary film, “Let it Begin Here” dramatically depicts the events of April 19, 1775 of Paul Revere’s midnight ride and the beginning of the American Revolution.
The comfortable charm of another era, wonderful waterfront and skyline views, a friendly welcome from colonial tea ladies and reasonably priced menu choices make Abigail’s the perfect place to pause for a relaxing break.
First Friday of Every Month
Leave your 21st century troubles and cares behind, grab a mug of ale, and join the Sons and Daughters of Liberty for the best hospitality in all of 18th century Boston.
July 1st, 2nd & 3rd
Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum presents Revelry on Griffin’s Wharf. Step back into the 18th century and join us for a night of historical merrymaking! Come celebrate with the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum.
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