Old South Meeting House

An ideal stop for colonial tours, the Old South Meeting House is a beautiful structure built in 1729. It was originally purposed to house the Puritan Church. However during the winter of 1773 it hosted a gathering of more than five thousand angry colonists. They came to debate the tea tax and the Boston Tea Party occurred as a result. Today, a museum occupies the building and is open year round. People young and old come to watch reenactments of the Boston Tea Party debates, view artifacts and interactive exhibits, participate in scavenger hunts, and hear daily lectures about the history of the Old South.

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