Boston Tea Party and Museum Pass

Boston Tea Party and Museum Pass Tour
Price: $35.00
Children (Ages 3 and under) are free.
Choose Options My Cruise Itinerary
Shore Excursion Size ? Standard
Shore Excursion Type Active, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration 1 Hour 15 Minutes
Activity Level ? Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? An approximately 10 minute taxi (not included, approximately $10 US each way) is required to reach your departure location.
Food/Beverage Provided Not Included
Recommended Dress We recommend wearing comfortable clothing and sensible, flat-soled walking shoes.
Restrictions This tour is wheelchair accessible throughout the museum, and at select times for the ship tour. Please advise the local representative upon arrival for more information. Children ages 3 and younger may attend the tour free of charge.

Boston Tea Party and Museum Pass

The Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum are unlike any other museum you have ever seen. Your pass grants you access to the museum, where you will take part in the Boston Tea Party reenactment. There you can meet the colonists, explore the ships, and dump tea overboard into the water the same way the Sons of Liberty did in 1773.

Your Boston Museum Pass will allow you approximately an hour of fun as you tour through the restored tea ships as well as the extensive Boston Museum exhibits. You can even participate in the reenacted events that led up to the American Revolution. Make sure to stop in and see one of this Boston museum's oldest artifacts, the Tea Chest, which is one of only two in existence.

The Boston Tea Party history comes alive at this museum. Live actors and high-tech interactive shows help tell the tale of the Boston Tea Party. Abigail's Tea Room is a great little place to grab a bite after your tour, and make sure to stop by the gift shop for a souvenir on your way out.

This Boston attraction is great for all ages. From adults to kids, everyone is sure to have a great time while reliving a piece of American history. Step back into an exciting time in Boston's history to tour the ships where colonists protested their king's outrageous taxes.

5 Stars4.8 / 5  |  5 ReviewsReview This Tour
Very nice excursion but getting to it......
August 17, 2019
Boston Tea Party and Museum Pass we really enjoyed visiting it, however flagging or finding a cab to get there and back to the ship was awful. It was way to far too walk but once you get there you will enjoy the place it was very informative.
Reviewer: H. V. Thomas
4 Stars
First time in Boston
December 01, 2017
We enjoyed the tour. It was very informative and provided a fun way of providing a good insight into American history. Booking the tour was easy, and directions for joining the tour were clear. I appreciated the email reminder of the tour date.
Reviewer: Diana
5 Stars
Tea Party Museum
July 24, 2017
This excursion, was sincerely outstanding for my entire family, and mostly my 11 yr. old son is still talking about the museum. This was one of the highlights of the entire trip for him. The only thing that, in my opinion that could made this excursion easier, would be arranged transportation from the ship to the museum and back. Taxi's from the dock to the museum is easy, but a little rough to find one from the museum. With that being said, if you ever have the opportunity to visit this place, I strongly suggest you do. It is worth it.
Reviewer: Lenoard Rishkowski
5 Stars
A History Review
December 05, 2016
We thoroughly enjoyed our visits to both of these points of interest. The partial re-inactment was vivid and well played. I would recommend it to others stopping in Boston whether on board a Carnaval cruise liner or on there own. It's definately worth their time.
Reviewer: Lois Jarrell
5 Stars
Guide was Great
November 30, 2016
Our guide was very knowledgeable and very informed.
Reviewer: William Klein
5 Stars