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Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
306 Congress Street Boston, MA 02210
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attended Feb 20 2014

Very entertaining way to spend a winter night in the city. The renovations to the museum are wonderful. The entertainers were such fun, full of facts and personality. The dinner was delicious as well.

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attended Apr 03 2014

Very entertaining evening. We learned a bit of history and enjoyed a good meal. We understand this was the last of 4 trials of the "show". Would recommend the Tea... continued

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attended Feb 20 2014

What a wonderful evening! The cast was so warm and friendly and all had great senses of humor.
I would highly recommend this event! I was also pleasantly surprised by the... continued

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Experience the laughter, merriment, song and games of a colonial-era Boston tavern. Paul Revere, Sam Adams and other Sons of Liberty are part of the fun, sitting at tables along with other tavern patrons, engaging them in rowdy, lighthearted fun — as though everybody had traveled back to the 18th century. There will be many reasons to raise mugs of beer and cider high and shout huzzah!

Tavern Nights food is heavy hors d’oeuvres colonial style — a hardy, rustic selection of cold meats, cheese, bread, fruit, raw vegetables and chutneys served buffet style.

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About the Ticket Supplier: Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum is dedicated to telling the story of December 16, 1773. Join Sam Adams and the Sons of Liberty as we take part in the single most important event leading up to the American Revolution!

Throw tea overboard from one of two fully-restored 18th century sailing vessels. See the Robinson Half Chest, one of only two known surviving tea chests from the Boston Tea Party of 1773. Be inspired by the award-winning film “Let it Begin Here”. Come relive the famous night that forever changed the course of American History!