AAs you might expect, the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum are located on Boston's beautiful harbor, at 306 Congress Street. Enjoy spectacular city views from our enviable spot on the water's edge, while you relive the history of the early days of the American Revolution in fun and innovative ways. It's easy to get here, too, no matter how you plan to arrive. Two nearby parking garages - Farnsworth Street Garage & Stillings Street Garage - offer discounted parking for Museum visitors. But if you prefer to leave the driving to someone else, why not plan to get here by convenient public transportation? You can choose from the bus, subway and train from all points throughout the city, including Maverick, Sullivan Square, Wonderland, Alewife Station/Cambridge and Forest Hills.
AStep through the doors of the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum and into 240 years of history. Your first stop will be a fateful meeting with Samuel Adams, who will inspire you and your family to join the revolution. Then its on to explore authentically restored sailing ships, where you'll be invited on deck to actually dump the tea into the sea, just like they did hundreds of years earlier. Then it's on to a unique holographic film that brings the historical events of 1773 to life. You'll even get to check out an authentic Tea Party chest, one of only two remaining and a striking symbol of the birth of the American Revolution. Wrap things up with a spot of tea in Abigail's Tea Room, where you'll find delicious beverages and sweet treats for everyone. This fully immersive tour takes about one hour and is led by an expert guide to ensure you don't miss a thing.