Please be aware that online ticket sales are temporarily suspended. Admissions are available at the door.
- Adults $15
- Seniors (65+) $14
- Students $14
- Children (12 and under) $8
- Members FREE
beginning July 1: OPEN DAILY, 9AM - 6PM
Old State House
206 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02109
Old South Meeting House
310 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02108
- Orange / Blue Line to State Street (Stations located beneath the Old State House and Old South Meeting House)
- Green Line to Government Center (The Old State House is one block south down Court Street)
- Red Line to Downtown Crossing (Follow Washington Street east several blocks)
Discover how the American Revolution lives on today.
Revolutionary Spaces connects people to the history and continuing practice of democracy through the interwoven stories of Boston’s Old State House and Old South Meeting House.
- Old South Meeting House: Where the Boston Tea Party BeganThe largest gathering place in colonial Boston, where the Sons of Liberty denounced British rule and the Boston Tea Party began.Read more →
- Old State House: Seat of Power, Site of the Boston MassacreThe home of colonial government in Massachusetts in the 1700s, site of the Boston Massacre, and the point of origin for vital debates about self-government that continue today.Read more →
Reimagine what it means to be a part of the American Revolution.
the only walking tours on the Freedom Trail that grant you full access to these two iconic sites at the heart of America’s Revolutionary story.
- Massacre and Memory TourA half-mile guided walking tour that explores the surprisingly small geography of colonial Boston to uncover the roots of the Boston Massacre and includes entry to the Old State House and Old South Meeting House.Read more →
- Boston Reconsidered TourSee how events in our backyard have shaped the entire nation. Trace the ideals of the Revolution through Independence, abolition, struggles for civil rights, and into the present day.Read more →
in history where it happened by visiting the two historic buildings most central to public life in colonial Boston.
- Council ChamberOnce an exclusive space for the most powerful men in Massachusetts, now all are invited to connect to our nation’s history in this meticulously-restored 18th-century room.Read more →
- The Main Hall at Old SouthThe largest meeting space colonial Boston, this room was host to thousands of people leading to the Boston Tea Party, and has been a steadfast haven for free speech for almost three centuries.Read more →
- Unfinished Business Film SeriesA film series exploring the legacy of protest, representation, and revolution embodied in our historical sites.Read more →
compelling exhibits that examine the stories and enduring questions that sparked the Revolution and continue to shape our world.
- Reflecting AttucksA virtual exhibit that examines the memory of Crispus Attucks, a man of African & Native descent who was the first to die in the Boston Massacre.Read more →
- Colony to CommonwealthYour first stop in Boston! See how Massachusetts and its residents played a pivotal role in the birth of America.Read more →
- Voices of ProtestDiscover compelling people who made a difference at Old South Meeting House and the history of protest and free speech that continues to this day.Read more →