Old State House-The Bostonian Society Museum


Museum housed in the 1713 Old State House with exhibits highlighting Revolutionary and Colonial artifacts, 19th century maritime and fishing artifacts focusing on local Boston life. Discover why the Revolution began here, with people and events that changed the world forever. Hear from famous revolutionaries like Samuel Adams, John Hancock, and John Adams, who debated basic ideas about self-government that we all believe today. Experience the true stories of ordinary people, whose lives were turned upside-down by revolutionary events and ideas. Explore the site of the Boston Massacre, where five men lost their lives. Relive the moment in July 1776 when the Declaration of Independence was first read to the people of Boston. Learn important things you never knew - things that are still important today.

206 Washington Street

Boston, MA

9am-5pm; Closed Major Holidays
Admission Fee
Phone Number:
(617) 720-1713
Upcoming Events at this Venue:
Dec 07, 2019 - Nov 30, 2020
This info may change due to circumstances,
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