Visit Old South Meeting House to see where the Boston Tea Party began and experience the dramatic events that made this the “Sanctuary of Freedom”. Discover the unique spirit and beautiful architecture of one of America's most important colonial landmarks.
Admission and Tickets
Voices of Protest Exhibit - The story of the Old South Meeting House and the people who have spoken in it is often inspiring, sometimes disturbing, frequently controversial and always fascinating. Explore the rich history of the Meeting House through rare artifacts, life-like figures, and interactive exhibits.
Scavenger Hunts of the Exhibit Families can work together on scavenger hunts geared to children’s ages that help them to explore the
"Voices of Protest" exhibit an the unique architecture of the museum.
Programs Throughout the year, special programs are offered free with museum admission.
Please see our Calendar
for up-to-date information about School Vacation Week
programs, Middays at the Meeting House, Music at the Meeting House
and other special events.
Passport to Your
National Parks Program A legislated partner in Boston National
Historical Park, Old South Meeting House participates in the Passport program as
an official Passport Cancellation Station. Regular museum admission fees apply.
To learn more about this program, please visit