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Detail for Old South Meeting House : Sights
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This was originally built in 1729 as a Puritan meeting house. It was the site of the famous December 6, 1773, meeting where Bostonians met to consider the British tea tax. The restored Meeting House is an award-winning exhibit where you can hear the passionate debates that led to the Boston Tea Party. Admission: $3; $2.50 seniors and students, $1 children 6 - 18. Open daily 9'30 am - 5 pm. - alotta, 10/09/2001
Enjoy a 100-minute narrated tour with 16 stops for guests to get on and off and explore the city at their own pace. Features exclusive stops at the Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum, Hard Rock Cafe, and The North End. Trolleys run every 20 minutes. Tour runs Mon - Fri 9 am - 4 pm; last tour at 4 pm. Sat - Sun tours are 9 am - 5 pm; last tour at 5 pm. Tickets: $23; $10 children 4 - 12. - alotta, 10/09/2001