Built in 1729, the Old South Meeting House was a Congregational church and the largest gathering place for popular politics in Revolutionary Boston. Today it is a busy museum, treasured landmark, and active center for civic dialogue and free expression.
Directions & Parking
Old South Meeting House
310 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02108
The entrance to Old South Meeting House is located on the west side of the building, on Washington Street, just a few steps off the red brick line of the Freedom Trail. If using GPS, be sure to enter 02108 as the zip code.
- 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)
Hours & Admission
Visit the largest building in colonial Boston and discover the history of protest and free speech that continues to this day.
Visitation to the Old South Meeting House is currently only available through private bookings for groups of 1-8. To learn more about the experiences we are offering, visit our On-Demand Programs.
The unique relationship between these two iconic sites creates a rich and dynamic story that speaks to the heart of urgent questions about self-government, free speech, and the role of civic engagement in a free society. Visit both museums for one price.
- Adults $15
- Seniors (62+) $14
- Students $14
- Children (under 12) $8
- Members FREE
For more information on memberships, please visit our Become a Member page.
*Does not apply to groups of 10 or more.