Visit the Old South Meeting House

The Old State House and Old South Meeting House will be closed to the public and all events cancelled until further notice to combat the spread of COVID-19 →


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.

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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

 

The Old State House and Old South Meeting House will be closed to the public and all events cancelled through April 1. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.

  • Adults $6
  • Seniors $5
  • Students $5
  • Youth (5-17) $1
  • Children (under 5) FREE
  • 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

Virtual Events
Virtual Events

From readings to community conversations to performances, check out these virtual events that foster revolutionary spaces anywhere you go.

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Virtual Talks
Virtual Talks

Watch videos of our Education Associates giving virtual talks on the people and stories that have shaped the ongoing American Revolution.

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Boston Tea Party Reenactment
Boston Tea Party Reenactment

DEC 16

5,000 colonists met at the Old South Meeting House to decide the fate of three shiploads of tea.

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Voices of Protest
Voices of Protest

Discover compelling people who made a difference at Old South Meeting House and the history of protest and free speech that continues to this day.

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The Hall at the Old South Meeting House
The Hall at the Old South Meeting House

Built in 1729 as a Puritan house of worship, the Old South Meeting House was the largest building in colonial Boston.

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Exhibit Scavenger Hunts
Exhibit Scavenger Hunts

Available for all ages at the Old South Meeting House.

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