Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

  • Congress Street Bridge
  • Boston, MA 02210
  • Neighborhood: Boston - South Boston/Seaport District
  • 617-338-1773
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Join Paul Revere and Sam Adams in a Rendezvous with History!

The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum Tour Experience takes one hour and features full-scale replicas, artifacts and interactive elements throughout. You and your group will have a personalized “colonial character” host that will guide you through this never-before-seen museum experience. You’ll “meet” Sam Adams, you’ll participate in the re-enactment of the destruction of the tea; you’ll be invited to board a tall ship, you’ll marvel at one of only two known surviving tea crates and you’ll be inspired by the film Let It Begin Here in the Minuteman Theatre.  Learn the role that you will play in one of the most important events in American history. 

The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum is open 10:00am-5:00pm; 7 days/week. Please allow a minimum of one hour to complete the museum tour experience. Museum Tours begin every 15 minutes throughout the day. We suggest you plan an additional 30 minutes into your visit to also include Abigail’s Tea Room and the Museum Gift Shop. Each museum tour allows a maximum capacity of 55 people.

Our ticket prices are as follows:

                General Admission:                $25.00 Adults/$15.00 Children (12 years old and younger)

                Group Tour Rates:                  $21.00 Adults/$11.00 Children
                                                               (group rates begin with 25 people or more)

                School  Group Rates:             $13.00 (13-18 years old) one teacher comp/15 students

                Abigail’s Tea Room:               $10.00 additional charge for tea, pastries and tea show!


Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, 306 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02210

Contact our Group Sales Manager:        
Elizabeth Carey
(617) 531-6240


“Just took my daughters this morning. Amazing place! The tour guides are so enthusiastic and knowledgeable, and the museum is gorgeous!  That last movie brings tears to your eyes…”

“We visited the museum and loved it! …telling all of our Nutmeg State friends to head to Beantown for this new attraction!”

“it was all quite enjoyable…but the room with the talking portraits was my favorite!”

“Our Group was so impressed by the technology and the flow of the museum.  We have already recommended it to many!”


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HUZZAH! Tavern Nights at the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum

  • January 22, 2015 - April 02, 2015
  • Location: Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
  • Address: Congress Street Bridge, Boston, MA 02210

The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum invites you to a night of colonial merrymaking! Step in from the cold, warm up with a hot apple cider, o... View details

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