This year: The 241st Anniversary Boston Tea Party Reenactment
On December 16, 1773, More Than 5,000 Colonists Met at Old South Meeting House to Decide the Fate of Three Shiploads of Tea Docked in Boston Harbor... Now it's YOUR Turn!
It's December 16 and trouble is brewing in Boston! Travel back in time and relive one of the most iconic public protests in American history-- the Boston Tea Party!
Gather at Old South Meeting House, the actual historic landmark where the colonists met in 1773, with Boston's infamous rabblerousers like Samuel Adams, Paul Revere-- and even some crown-loving Loyalists-- to debate the tea tax and demand liberty from the British crown! Then join the procession to Griffin's Wharf accompanied by fife and drum and scores of colonists and line the shores of Boston Harbor to witness the destruction of the tea firsthand as the Sons of Liberty storm the Brig Beaver, tossing the troublesome tea into the sea!
Every December 16, we partner with The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum and more than 100 volunteer reenactors to bring the Boston Tea Party to life!
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The 241st Anniversary Boston Tea Party Reenactment
Tuesday, December 16, 2014, at 6:30 pm
Presented by Old South Meeting House and The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
The Official Tea Sponsor of Old South Meeting House and the Boston Tea Party Reenactment is Salada, an all-American classic Boston born in 1892.