Step inside Old South Meeting House on Boston's Freedom Trail and experience the place where the Boston Tea Party began!
Part of the Boston Tea Party scheming ...& much more
Check out book store downstairs
While here, inquire about upcoming events; this building often has guest lecturers or speakers present in the main meeting hall. Interesting to see modern issues discussed in a historic building.
No taxation without representation! The Old South Meeting House was the birthplace of the Boston Tea Party.
When you visit, listen for the bell in the clock tower! It's a Paul Revere original that was installed in 2011!
Free wifi at readers Park!
Built in 1729, this was where some 5,000 colonists gathered on December 16, 1773, for a protest that culminated that night in the Boston Tea Party.
Though some events are free to members only, the Old South Meeting House also hosts free ones for nonmembers. 617-482-6439, oldsouthmeetinghouse.org
In existence for more than three centuries, Old Ship Meeting House has been in continuous religious use longer than any such structure in the United States.
Visit Old South Meeting House to see where the Boston Tea Party began and experience the dramatic events that made this the “Sanctuary of Freedom”.
Since it was the biggest building in Boston, meetings too large for Fanieul hall were moved here. One of those was the meeting that preceded the Destruction of the Tea (nobody called it a party)
In 1773 three British ship pulled into Boston’s port carrying over 100,000 pounds of tea. Boston Patriots met here at Old South Meeting House to protest the tax once and for all.
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