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The Old State House
RevolutionaryBoston℠ is your must-see experience at the heart of the Freedom Trail. Explore the Old State House and discover Boston in 1770, a city divided and on the cusp of revolution. Enjoy interactive exhibits, historic rooms, art, objects and our fun and fascinating Boston Massacre Tours!
206 Washington St.
Location On the Freedom Trail at the corner of Washington and State streets. (Near Faneuil Hall and New England Aquarium)
Open daily, 9am–5pm
Summer (Jul-Aug): Open daily, 9am–6pm
Jan: Open daily, 9am–4pm
Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and Feb 3-7, 2014
General Admission to RevolutionaryBoston℠ at the true heart of the Freedom Trail including all museum exhibits and tours packed with Boston's revolutionary history.
Present CityPASS booklet or voucher at the main entrance admissions desk.
Advice for Visitors
- Don't miss the gallery tours, offered on the hour throughout the day and free with CityPASS admission.
- Get 20% off any one item at the Old State House or at any of the three Museum Stores at Faneuil Hall Marketplace. See booklet for details.
Parking: 75 State Street Parking Garage: 75 State St., (617) 742-7275. Pi Alley Parking Garage: 275 Washington St., (617) 720-2006
Dining: Restaurants in nearby Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market
Accessibility: The Old State House has National Landmark status and is unfortunately not currently wheelchair accessible. The museum holds an ADA compliance waiver; however, is working on this matter. Please be aware that there are a lot of stairs within in the building.
Gift Shop: RevolutionaryBoston℠ Museum Shop at Old State House
Photography: Permitted, without use of a flash.
Coat Check: All large bags, large umbrellas, back baby carriers, hiking packs and luggage must be checked at the front desk baggage claim area.
Strollers: Permitted in the welcome area only. Stroller check available at the front desk baggage claim area.
MBTA: Take the Orange or Blue Line to State Station
Old Town Trolley Tour: Stop 5
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