1 hour 15 minutesStart time
05 Jan – 13 Feb: First tour at 10:00 AM and last tour at 4:00 PM Tours begin every 30 minutes
14 Feb - 31 Dec: First tour at 10:00 AM and last tour at 5:00 PM Tours begin every 15 minutes
You can redeem your isango! voucher from the Voucher Redemption Counter: 306 Congress Street (Congress St Bridge), Boston, MA 02210.
Your tour starts from Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum: Congress Street Bridge, Boston, MA 02127.
The tour concludes at the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum.
Step back in time and see how the Boston Tea Party changed the American history. By combining cutting edge interactive technology with live historical performances, the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum offers an experience like no other.
With your expert English speaking guide you will explore the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum and relive the turning point in history that led to the independence and freedom of the nation.
The museum combines historic and rare artifacts with state of the art technology to give you a real-life experience of the situation in Boston during the 18th century.
That’s not all. This museum ticket comes with a validity of one year and you can choose to redeem it once any time of the year.
For your Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum Tour, you will have to redeem your voucher from the Voucher Redemption Counter at 306 Congress Street, the voucher comes with 1 year validity and you can choose to redeem it once any time of the year. After that you will meet your guide and begin you tour at the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, Congress Street Bridge, Boston, MA 02127.
Boston Tea Party was the defining moment which led to the War of American Independence. The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum is dedicated to the story telling of that crucial night of December 16, 1773 when the demonstrators, some disguised as American Indians destroyed an entire shipment of tea sent by the East India Company in defiance of the Tea Act of May 10, 1773.
At the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum you can explore the two historically restored tall ships and the Robinson Half-Chest, one of only two surviving tea chests from the Boston Tea Party. You can also get inspired by the film Let It Begin Here in the Minuteman Theatre.
You will visit the breathtaking Abigail’s Tea Room where you can enjoy freshly baked food, a spot of tea, and learn more about the types of tea thrown overboard in 1773 and the tea-brewing process.
After that you can stop over at the enchanting Gift Shop where you can buy beautiful souvenirs to take back home!
Museum ticket is valid for one year and you can choose to redeem it once any time of the year.
Voucher Information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.