Boston Events - 244th Anniversary Boston Tea Party Reenactment
244th Anniversary Boston Tea Party Reenactment
America was born in Boston. On December 16, 1773, thousands of colonists met at Boston’s Old South Meeting House and planned the event that would forever be known as the Boston Tea Party. They dumped three shiploads of tea into the waters of Boston Harbor, beginning the American Revolution. Now you can enjoy the annual reenactment of this momentous historical event.
What Happens at the Boston Tea Party Reenactment?
At 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 16, more than 100 volunteer reenactors will gather at Boston’s Old South Meeting House to discuss the future of the American colonies – as a town crier relates the news to the streets outside. Accompanied by fifes and drums, The colonists parade to the Boston Waterfront at 7:30 p.m., where they destroy the British tea at 8:00 p.m.
Boston Tea Party Reenactment Tickets
Tickets to the Boston Tea Party Reenactment cost $30 plus taxes and fees. This unique annual event is a great way to understand the fervor, excitement, and hope of America’s Revolutionaries – and why they were willing to die to fight for our country.
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