The Boston Tea Incident in 1773 was one of the key points of the American Revolution. The political resistance took place in Boston, then a British colony, when tea was dumped into the sea on cargo ships to counter the British East India Company's use of the law to monopolize tea imports from North America. The memorial museum is built on a shoal in the Boston River near a replica of a merchant ship called "Beaver Ⅱ". The museum is not big, but exhibits various raw materials, utensils and souvenirs at the time of the incident. After visiting the museum, you can also experience and feel the history on the deck.
Admission TicketsFrom US$26.06
An exhibition space reflecting the history of the United States, in the old Boston Harbor, is composed of a ship and a museum built next to it. It is not very large. The function of this museum is to commemorate the Boston Tea Incident, which was one of the fuse of the American-British War.
The museum is not very big, and it can be seen in half an hour. We will come out in a circle when time is tight. If you like to visit the museum or learn more about Boston's history, you can visit it. The information displayed is very rich.
Tremendous tour ... Very interactive ... $25 per person, but worth it !!!
There is nothing wrong with getting a little history lesson while you are away! The kids will love the experience they get learning about this historic moment as they get to go back in time, visit the ship, and learn about it through a fully costumed staff. It is unlike anything your family has experienced before!
Cute but corny! There are different options from a tea time to a tour, depending on what you're looking for. When we walked by the bridge, there was a group throwing "tea" into the harbor.
Although it was cheesy, they do a good job trying to illustrate the story of the Boston Tea Party. However, the museum doesn't have much to it - just more about the story of the revolution and how the Tea Party played a role.
Preston_Dominguez: 306 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210-1027
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Boston Common,Freedom Trail,Trinity Church,Old North Church,Boston Bay