Old South Meeting House

Admission included

One of America's most important colonial landmarks is the Old South Meeting House. Here, you'll experience the dramatic beginning of the Boston Tea Party and explore the building's rich history through rare artifacts and interactive exhibits.

Feel the revolution! Discover the causes and play-by-play events that led to the early colonies’ independence from British rule, and visit the place where it really all started. The beautiful city of Boston served as the seat of the revolution for the original colonists, who were eager to rid themselves of the burden of British rule. More specifically, the Old South Meeting House was the original venue for angry colonists to air their concerns. You can go back in time with a visit to this vitally important National Historic Landmark building on your trip to Beantown!

Hours

April 1-October 31: Daily, 9:30 am-5:00 pm.
November 1-March 31: Daily, 10:00 am-4:00 pm.

Closings

Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day & New Year’s Day.
All holiday hours are subject to change without notice.

Getting In

Present your pass at the ticket desk for entry.

Address

310 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02108
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Public Transportation

Take the T: Green or Red Lines to Park Street stop; or the Orange or Blue Lines to State Street Stop.