Old South Meeting House

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.

Learn more about the History of the Building.


Directions & Parking

 

Old South Meeting House

310 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02108

617-482-6439

Google Maps

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)
There are several parking garages in the vicinity of the Old State House and Old South Meeting House. A few recommendations:
  • Post Office Square Garage
    Zero Post Office Square
    Boston, MA 02109
    617-423-1430
    posquare.com
  • Pi Alley Garage
    275 Washington Street
    Boston, MA 02201
    617-720-2006
    pialleygarage.com
  • 75 State Street Garage
    75 State Street
    Boston, MA 02109
    617-742-7275
    75statestreetgarage.com


Hours & Admission

 

Through October 31
Saturday,10 am - 4pm

Beginning November 1
Closed for walk-up visitation.

10 am - 4pm

Visit the largest building in colonial Boston and discover the history of protest and free speech that continues to this day.

  • Adults $7
  • Seniors $6
  • Students $6
  • Children (under 12) $4
  • Members FREE

For more information on memberships, please visit our Become a Member page.

*Does not apply to groups of 10 or more.


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.


For information about field trips and student groups, visit School Programs. To reserve tickets for a group, fill out a Group Reservation Request Form.
Revolutionary Spaces is proud to provide FREE admission to the following groups:
  • US Military and Veterans (Blue Star Museums)
  • Massachusetts Teachers
  • EBT cardholders


What’s On at the Old South Meeting House