Revolutionary Spaces is excited to announce its plans to reopen the Old State House and Old South Meeting House museums on a trial basis for at least three weeks beginning Saturday, Aug. 1. The museums will be open Thursday – Sunday, 10am – 4pm, and will have strict cleaning and physical distancing guidelines in place. The museum shops at both sites will not be open Aug. 1-2.
Old South Meeting House and the Old State House will be open in a reduced capacity, allowing no more than 25 visitors at one time in Old South Meeting House, and no more than 8 people in one room at one time in the Old State House. Timed tickets can be purchased online.
Guests are welcome to browse exhibits for up to 60 minutes, including Reflecting Attucks at the Old State House, a temporary exhibit exploring the life and legacy of Crispus Attucks, a man of African and Native descent who was the first to fall in the Boston Massacre, an act of protest widely viewed as a turning point on the road to American Revolution.
Revolutionary Spaces will continue to offer a variety of online programs, including an upcoming slate of digital content related to Reflecting Attucks. Our revolutionary spaces are also still available to rent for small private gatherings. Visit our Renting Revolutionary Spaces page to learn more.
For more information on our future plans, keep an eye on our website, and follow us on social media, @RevSpaces.
To learn more about exploring Freedom Trail official historic sites, including what to expect and requirements, please visit the frequently updated Experience the Freedom Trail Now webpage at TheFreedomTrail.org.
Admission and Ticket Prices
Revolutionary Spaces will now offer online timed ticket entry. Ticket options include the following:
- Adult: $15
- Seniors/Students: $14
- Children: $8
- Members: Free
Old South Meeting House Only
- Adults: $7
- Seniors/Students: $6
- Children: $4
- Members: Free
For Your Safety
Please note the following Safety Guidelines at Revolutionary Spaces to help ensure the health and well-being of our guests and staff.
Staff and guests must wear face masks or cloth face coverings fitted to the nose and mouth.
Please maintain a distance of no less than 6 feet away from all staff and other guests.
Precautions such as timed admissions will ensure lower building capacity.
Guests are advised to minimize physical contact with exhibit and building surfaces.
All on-site restrooms are currently closed to the public.