Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

Congress St.
Boston, MA 02210- Map It
Phone: (617) 338-1773

AAA Editor Notes

Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, on Fort Point Channel at the Congress Street Bridge, is an interactive experience revolving around the iconic political protest that occurred in Boston on Dec. 16, 1773. Lasting about 1 hour, the tour is led by costumed actors and takes visitors aboard replicas of two ships, the Eleanor and the Beaver. The museum features high-tech exhibits, including holographic images and a multi-sensory film screened in the panoramic Minuteman Theatre, as well as relics from the American Revolution. Guided tours are available. Food is available.
$28; $25 (students and military with ID and senior citizens); $18 (ages 5-12).
Station: Courthouse
Hours: Daily 10-5, May-Oct.; 10-4, Nov. 1 to mid-Jan. and Mar.-Apr.; 10-3, rest of year. Tours are given every 30 minutes. Last tour begins at closing. Hours may vary in winter months. Phone ahead to confirm schedule.