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Old South Meeting House

This decision on Dec. 15, 1773 when 5,000 angry colonists gathered at the Old South Meeting House to protest a tax started a revolution with the Boston Tea Party.
As a meeting place and a haven for free speech and assembly, the Old South Meeting House has been in continuous use for over 250 years.
Visit this National Historic Landmark and experience events that shaped our country.
Become engaged through our multi-media exhibit "Voices of Protest" which tells the story often inspiring, sometimes disturbing, frequently controversial and always facinating...of the Old South Meeting House and the people who have spoken here.

Address: 310 Washington St.

Old South Meeting House
Old South Meeting House



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