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Old South Meeting House

310 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108-4616

Closest station: Government Center Station - Green Line Eastbound

Website: oldsouthmeetinghouse.org

Phone: (617) 482-6439

Descriptions of Old South Meeting House

The Old South Meeting House, in the Downtown Crossing area of Boston, Massachusetts, gained fame as the organizing point for the Boston Tea Party on December 16, 1773. 5000 colonists gathered at the Meeting House, the largest building in Boston at the time. - Wikipedia

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  • Admission - Adult $5; Senior (62+) $4; Student $4; Child (6-18) $1; Child (5 and under) Free

  • Season - Closed Jan 1, Thanksgiving, Dec 24-25

Reviews of Old South Meeting House

  • Frommer's Review

    Look for the clock tower that tops this religious and political gathering place, best known as the site of an important event leading to the Revolution. On December 16, 1773, a restive crowd of several thousand, too big to fit into

    Posted Apr 25, 2010 - frommers.com

  • One of the major milestones on the path...

    Tea Time Built in 1729 as a Congregational church, Old South was the largest building in colonial Boston and often served as a town meeting site when events became too large for Faneuil Hall. One of the largest crowds showed up on Dec

    boston.citysearch.com

  • Old South Meeting House by seagoingJLWOn

    Old South Meeting House by seagoingJLWOn December 16, 1773 , 5000 angry colonists met here to protest the tax on tea. this meeting resulted in the Boston Tea Party which started the American Revolution. The Old South Meeting House was

    virtualtourist.com

  • Originally built as a church by Puritans

    Originally built as a church by Puritans in 1729, this building went on to play an important role in the American Revolution as a gathering point for those seeking American independence from Britain. On December 16, 1773, over 5000

    travel.yahoo.com

  • Massacre – this title and publicity was a

    Massacre – this title and publicity was a clear example of early propaganda. We also saw the Old South Meeting House where locals met for the famously rousing debate on taxation without representation before throwing the Boston Tea Party.&

    travelpod.com

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