The Destruction of the Tea

Town Meeting

Destruction of the Tea Town Hall - Original

In May of 1774 Bostonians gathered in the Great Hall in Faneuil Hall to vote on their response to the closing of the Port of Boston. Should Bostonians vote to pay for the destroyed private property and reopen the port? Or should they endorse a boycott of British goods and continue protesting Parliament?

Join us at Old South Meeting House this summer and help Revolutionary Spaces and the National Parks of Boston recreate this historic meeting! The Destruction of the Tea Town Meeting is free and open to the public for all ages. Doors open at 5:20pm and the program begins at 5:30 PM, running for approximately 30 minutes. Pre-registration is highly encouraged.


Thursday July 11th
Thursday, July 25th
Thursday, August 8th
Thursday, August 22nd

Doors Open: 5:20 PM
Town Hall Begins: 5:30 PM
Town Hall Concludes: 6:00 PM
Old South Meeting House
Admission: Free

Registration is not required but highly encouraged. By registering to attend this event, you will be added to Revolutionary Spaces’ email list. You are able to opt out at any time.

Free Registration