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Boston: Old State House & Old South Meeting House Entry6 Reviews
Two iconic Boston sites with just one ticket. Step into history with admission to two of Boston's most historic buildings, the Old South Meeting House & Old State House located on the Freedom Trail.
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- Step inside one of the oldest public buildings in the US, the Old State House
- Enter the Old South Meeting House, the meeting point to the Boston Tea Party
- In the heart of Boston along the Freedom Trail, enjoy two sites with one ticket
DescriptionThe unique relationship between the Old South Meeting House and Old State House creates a rich and dynamic story that speaks to the heart of urgent questions about self-government, free speech, and the role of civic engagement in a free society. Constructed in 1713, the Old State House was the center of royal government in the Massachusetts Bay colony and the focal point for many of the Revolution's most dramatic events, including the Boston Massacre. Built in 1729, the Old South Meeting House was the largest building in colonial Boston and the site of the most stirring mass meetings that led to the Boston Tea Party and the American Revolution. Today, these historic sites and museums—located just two blocks from each other in the heart of downtown Boston—provide thought-provoking exhibits, compelling walking tours, exciting educational offerings, and engaging public programs. Visit both museums for one price. This ticket is good for entry at Revolutionary Spaces’ two historic sites: Old State House (206 Washington St.) and Old South Meeting House (310 Washington St.), and all exhibits and gallery talks available therein. Each site is only a three-minute walk from each-other. Both attractions are open daily between 10 AM and 5 PM with periodic closures around the holidays or for special events. Be part of the story by donating (at checkout). Help change the way public history is experienced in Boston and beyond. With your support, Revolutionary Spaces can create dynamic programs and exhibitions that advance our understanding of our revolutionary past and continue the vital practice of democracy for all.
IncludesTwo site admission: Old South Meeting House & Old State House
- Both attractions are open daily between 10 AM and 5 PM with periodic closures around the holidays. Please check revolutionaryspaces.org for current operating hours. Revolutionary Spaces is proud to provide free admission to the following groups: Active US Military (including free admission for up to five guests), Veterans (Blue Star Museums), Massachusetts Teachers, and Electronic Benefits Transfer cardholders. Tickets for these individuals are available on site. Identification, certification, or proof of service is required before receiving free admission. Please note: The Old State House is currently not accessible and there are many stairs in the building. Old South Meeting House is wheelchair accessible, with elevator access to the restrooms and Museum Store on the lower level. Help change the way public history is experienced in Boston and beyond by donating at checkout.