A guide and group of visitors in the Council Chamber.
OLD STATE HOUSE TOUR
The Old State House has witnessed and been part of the evolution of America for more than 300 years.
Image of the Liberty Tree.
POPULAR SONGS IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Get to know how popular music both reflected and influenced the ideology of a burgeoning nation.
Teen girl and boy looking at an interactive map.
FROM COLONY TO COMMONWEALTH
Trace the Revolutionary story of Massachusetts as the birth of America unfolds around you through rare artifacts and interactive displays.
Detail of one of the replica chairs in the Council Chamber.
Sit in the seat of the British Empire's colonial power and be transported to the birth of American Independence.
Man and young girl with foam building bricks.
For young visitors and the young at heart, there's no better way to understand history than to reach out and touch it.
Row of mannequins wearing Revolutionary Boston t-shirts.
REVOLUTIONARY BOSTON STORES
There are three Revolutionary Boston Gift Shops, offering the best in books, gifts, and memorabilia.
Scaffolding around the Old State House.
PRESERVATION AT THE OLD STATE HOUSE
View archival photos, drawings, and architectural plans to see how the Old State House has stood the test of time
Three children playing with artifacts in the Council Chamber.
FREE FUN FRIDAY
August 2, 2019
Join us again this year for the annual reading of the Declaration of Independence.
THE BOSTONIAN SOCIETY
Old State House206 Washington StreetBoston, MA 02109-1773
t: 617-720-1713f: 617-720-3289
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