310 Washington St, Boston, MA 02108 617-482-6439
Description: DOWNTOWN. Built in 1729, this venerable meeting house is Boston's second-oldest church. A number of heated town meetings that led to the Revolution were held here, including one called by Samuel Adams to protest dutiable tea and get it returned to England. Old South was also site of the pre-party assembly that set the mood for the Boston Tea Party. Today, visitors can take guided tours of the building and learn from exhibits and interactive displays what took place during those historic meetings.
Apr-Oct Daily 9:30am-5pm, Nov-Mar Daily 10am-4pm
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