Two-Site Tour

Available by Reservation $150 per group 1-8 people per tour 48 hour notice required Booking Contact booking@revolutionaryspaces.org or 617-720-1713 x300 to check availability. Due to Covid 19, we are currently offering access to Old South Meeting House and Old State House on an appointment-only basis. Over 300 years of shared history, the Old State House and the Old South Meeting House have embodied the questions and debates that remain central to the practice of self-government in America and the world… Read more Two-Site Tour

Massacre and Memory Tour

Available by Reservation $150 per group 1-8 people per tour 48 hour notice required Booking Contact booking@revolutionaryspaces.org or 617-720-1713 x300 to check availability. The Flame of Independence sparked in Boston More than just a hash mark on a timeline, the Boston Massacre was a crystallizing moment in the formation of the American identity. The Massacre and Memory Tour is a half-mile guided walking tour that explores the surprisingly small geography of colonial Boston and its central civic buildings—the Old State… Read more Massacre and Memory Tour

Writing Plays of the Past and Future

OCT 28, 7PM Zoom Panel Register Please note that by registering to attend this event, you will be added to Revolutionary Spaces’ mailing and newsletter list. You are able to opt out at any time. Thank you! Presented by Huntington Theatre Company, Revolutionary Spaces, and WBUR’s City Space. Join playwrights Miranda ADEkoje, Patrick Gabridge, Kirsten Greenidge, and Melinda Lopez, with moderator Cristela Guerra of WBUR’s The ARTery, as they discuss their plays in the Huntington’s Dream Boston series, what it… Read more Writing Plays of the Past and Future

Poetry as a Force for Change: A Conversation with Marge Piercy

NOV 1, 2PM Zoom Panel Register Please note that by registering to attend this event, you will be added to Revolutionary Spaces’ mailing and newsletter list. You are able to opt out at any time. Thank you! Like all of us, poets are citizens navigating a time of great political upheaval, and drawing on the tools of their trade to create a more just and equitable world. With the presidential election days away, take some time to join us for… Read more Poetry as a Force for Change: A Conversation with Marge Piercy

Finding a Voice Without the Vote: 18th Century

OCT 29, 6:30PM Zoom Panel Register Please note that by registering to attend this event, you will be added to Revolutionary Spaces’ mailing and newsletter list. You are able to opt out at any time. Thank you! In this contentious election year, we’re reminded voting has never been the only way to make your voice heard. Join us as we reflect on ways some 18th-century New Englanders built power and shaped priorities both within and outside of their communities. Panelists:… Read more Finding a Voice Without the Vote: 18th Century

21st Century Voting Rights (and Wrongs)

OCT 14, 7PM ZOOM PANEL Register As we look ahead to the 2020 presidential election, we recognize that many of our neighbors face unfair obstacles to casting their votes in the ballot box on November 3. Join us to talk about civic engagement, voter suppression, and special barriers that exist for communities of color and other under-resourced populations. We’ll engage in conversation with several local leaders to learn how we can all support broad and inclusive voting efforts, in our… Read more 21st Century Voting Rights (and Wrongs)

Crispus and Conversation Tour Package

Dinner and exclusive access Contact booking@revolutionaryspaces.org We’re delighted to offer this private tour of Reflecting Attucks, with up to seven people, with our CEO, Nat Sheidley, or exhibit curator and EVP, Museum Experience, Anne Freeh Engel. Immerse your group in the rich history of the Boston Massacre, focusing on the “first martyr of liberty,” Crispus Attucks. After the tour, continue the conversation over dinner at a local restaurant that will offer a prix fixe menu or discount on your meal.… Read more Crispus and Conversation Tour Package

Monumental Attucks

NOV 10, 3PM Zoom Panel Register Please note that by registering to attend this event, you will be added to Revolutionary Spaces’ mailing and newsletter list. You are able to opt out at any time. Thank you! African American leaders in late 19th century Boston fought to create a lasting monument to Crispus Attucks on Boston Common. They forged a broad coalition of supporters, including Irish American leaders, and ultimately prevailed in creating a monument to Attucks and the other… Read more Monumental Attucks

I Now Pronounce You Lucy Stone

OCT 6, 7PM ZOOM PANEL Register History At Play In honor of the 2020 centennial celebration of the 19th Amendment, History At Play, LLC brings Lucy Stone’s incredible story direct to the comfort of your home via LIVESTREAM on Tuesday, October 6th, 2020 at 7:00 PM ET. The LIVESTREAM production of I Now Pronounce You Lucy Stone is approximately 60 minutes, followed by real-time audience Q&A. Suitable for all ages. This one-time-only event is generously sponsored by Revolutionary Spaces/Old South… Read more I Now Pronounce You Lucy Stone