Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
Visit New England’s best museum and reenact the 1773 Boston Tea Party protest that was such a significant event in the prelude to the American Revolution.
- Explore one of the top-rated museums in Boston.
- Enjoy a fully narrated, expertly guided interactive tour.
- Relive the events that started a revolution.
- Storm aboard an authentic 18th century merchant vessel and throw bales of “tea” overboard.
- Explore two tall ships and see many educational historic displays.
- Learn about the personalities and events behind the Boston Tea Party.
- See the Robinson Tea Chest and other original artifacts from the 1773 Boston Tea Party.
- Visit a colonial tea parlor with beautiful waterfront and skyline views.
- Shop for unique items at the museum gift shop.
Go deep into the action and drama of the December 16, 1773 Boston Tea Party, a political and mercantile protest by American colonial patriots against the Tea Act of May 10, 1773.
Members of the Sons of Liberty patriots' group boarded East India Company trading ships and destroyed an entire shipment of tea by throwing the chests of tea into Boston Harbor.
Learn about the people and events behind what is sometimes called “the single most important event leading up to the American Revolution.” The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum combines cutting edge interactive technology with live historical performances to bring American history alive in an attraction like no other.
Listen to a full narration by an expert guide and see performances by professional historical re-enactors on a 60-minute tour that takes you into the heart of Boston’s historic waterfront & harbor district. See displays and artifacts that bring America’s revolutionary times alive.
Watch the award-winning documentary film, “Let it Begin Here”, a dramatic depiction of the events of April 19, 1775, when Paul Revere’s midnight ride marked the beginning of the American Revolution.
Since its opening in June of 2012, the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum experience has drawn accolades from critics, travel publications, and visitors alike.
Now, it’s your chance to visit what some reviewers have called “The best museum in New England.” One convenient eTicket gives you access to the entire “revolutionary” experience.
You can also visit Abigail’s Tea Room, a restored colonial tea parlor, and shop in the Museum Gift Shop for historical specialty items you will not find any place else.
Spaces on this amazing interactive tour fill quickly, so use Cool Destinationss' secure booking system to reserve your spot now!
- Reservations are REQUIRED for all bookings
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- Departure point: Detailed check-in instructions - including address, Google map, and parking information - will be included in your final confirmation email.
Enjoy a fully narrated, expertly guided interactive tour.
Explore two tall ships and see many educational historic displays.
Visit a colonial tea parlor with beautiful waterfront and skyline views.
What To Bring
- Confirmation Voucher (printed or mobile)
- Any required or suggested items listed on your confirmation email.
- A Smile!
Likely To Sell Out
Spaces are extremely limited this time of year so book early to ensure the date you want.
Voucher Confirmation Info
This tour accepts both printed and electronic vouchers (e-vouchers). You can either print the voucher and present a paper copy on the day of travel. Or, if you travel with a mobile device, simply show your Photo ID and present your voucher on your Smartphone or tablet on the day of travel.
Local Operator Information
Complete operator information, including local telephone number, will be included on your Confirmation Voucher.
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