AAA Editor Notes
Old South Meeting House, 310 Washington St., was built in 1729 as a Puritan church. It was the site where colonists gathered to protest British rule preceding the Revolutionary War and where Samuel Adams gave the signal that started the Boston Tea Party. Behind the Scaffolding, If These Walls Could Speak and Voices of Protest relate the renovation process and history of the house through photographic exhibits and audio re-enactments.



Admission
$6; $5 (ages 62+ and students with ID); $1 (ages 5-17).
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Location
Station: State
Hours
Daily 9:30-5, Apr.-Oct.; 10-4, rest of year. Closed Jan. 1, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas. Allow 30 minutes minimum.
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