The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum is an interactive museum that offers visitors an insight into America's path to freedom and the catalyst to the American Revolution. Because the Boston Tea Party was a significant historical event that lead to the American Revolutionary War, this attraction is a definite must for those looking to be transported back in time. Dedicated to recreating ships of the times, the floating museum allows visitors to explore these ships to see what life onboard would have been like. Visiting the museum is an incredibly unique experience as tours are conducted by actors in period garb and involves visitors becoming Patriots and participate in tossing tea into the sea. After touring the authentically restored tea ships, visitors then get to see holographic displays and watch short films on the Tea Party and more at the museum. They also get to be part of a tea tasting at Abigail’s Tea Room.
Adult: $ 25.00 Child: $ 15.00
Open Every day: First tour: 10am & Last tour: 3pm
Tours last approximately one hour
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The interesting artifacts and the restored ships
Finding prayer facilities at the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum will not be possible. Muslim visitors will therefore have to visit one of the numerous mosques in the city of Boston. Masjid al-Qur'an and the Islamic Center of Boston are two of the few mosques and Islamic centers in the city.
Abigail’s Tea Room is the ideal place to relax and grab a bite to eat. Visitors can enjoy a steaming cup of tea while enjoying stunning views of the waterfront and skyline. Abigail’s offers a fantastic variety of delicious food and drink items to suit all tastes. The food here will however not be Halal certified. Also, due to the sizeable Muslim population in Boston, tourists will be able to find many fantastic Halal restaurants located around the city.