At the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum you can be a part of the famous event that forever changed the course of American history! Each fully immersive tour is a fully guided experience throughout the ships and museum. An 18th century host will lead you through an interactive colonial town meeting, on to one of our ships to “dump the tea,” and through the museum as you discover what happened during the single most important event leading up to the American Revolution!
Contact: Paul Lurie, Group Sales Manager
Phone: (617) 338-1773
Hours of Operation:
- Peak Season (April – October) 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
- Off Peak Season (November – March) 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Length of tour:
- 1 hour 15 minutes (November – May)
- 1 hour 30 minutes (June – October)
Min/Max Size: Group minimum is 15 people. Tour capacity is 55 people, larger groups will be split up among consecutive tours, pending availability.
Additional details available on our website.
- School Group Tour Rates
- Adults – $22.50
- Students – $18 Peak-season (May/June); $14.50 Off-season
- Comp. Policy – 1 complimentary adult for every 10 students
- Adult/Senior Group Tour Rates
- Adult – $22.50
- Senior – $20
- Comp. Policy – 2 complimentary tickets per motor coach
Abigail’s Tea Room
Boxed lunch and sit-down options available.
Full menu found on website, https://www.bostonteapartyship.com/tea-room
Gift Shop: Our gift shop includes an array of historically and nautically inspired gifts, keepsakes, books, games toys, apparel and a large section of assorted teas. Open daily.
Peak Season (April – October) 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Off Peak Season (November – March) 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Handicap accessibility: Yes, throughout the museum. Only one of the two replica ships is equipped with ramp access, please call to guarantee placement.
Parking info: Bus parking not available at Museum. Bus drop off/pick up location at 1 Dorchester Avenue.
Validation stamp available: Weekdays $24 rate, Weekends $14 rate.
Validation stamp available: Weekdays $23 rate, Weekends $14 rate.
Chaperone policy: One Complimentary per Ten Students