The 238th Anniversary Boston Tea Party
The 238th Anniversary Boston Tea Party Annual Reenactment Sunday, December 11, 2011
The Boston Tea Party Annual Reenactment of the December 16, 1773 protest of taxation without representation. The program runs about 75-90 minutes and is suitable for school-aged children and above. The entire program takes place in the comfortably heated Main Hall of Old South Meeting House.
The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum are slated to re-open in Spring of 2012 and will be part of next year's reenactment.
Parking and Public Transportation: Old South Meeting House is conveniently located near the State Street stop on the Blue and Orange lines and the Downtown Crossing stop on the Red Line of the MBTA. Discounted parking is available at the 33 Arch Street Garage (access on Hawley Street).
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