Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

Floating where the Congress Street Bridge passes over the Fort Point Channel, the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum is one of the city’s newest and most exciting attractions.  Boasting live actors, interactive exhibits, two expertly restored tea ships from the 18th century, and an incredible “multi-sensory” documentary, Let It Begin Here, the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum is sure to entertain young and old alike.
On your hour-long tour of the grounds, you’ll board the Eleanor & the Beaver, two American-built tea ships from the 18th century, and explore their compartments and decks.  You’ll meet colonists, throw a few crates of “tea” overboard, and participate in some high-tech hands-on interactive exhibits.  Afterwards, be sure to stop for tea at Abigail’s Tea Room and enjoy a fine spot of tea.  To learn more about the Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum, to find out about special offers, or to buy tickets or make reservations, visit http://www.bostonteapartyship.com/.  

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