1PM - 4PM Inside the Old State House. Included with museum admission.
Immerse yourself in Boston’s colonial past and meet citizens who lived through the contentious period of the military occupation. Gain insight and perspective on historic events that led to the American Revolution by asking questions and hearing accounts from living historians.
1:30PM & 3:30PM Inside the Old State House. Included with museum admission.
Unique and personal stories take center stage in this activity for young visitors, ages 5-12, and their families. Use the tools of a historian to interact with the past and help colonists and soldiers discover the truth! Space is limited. Sign up with museum staff as early as 9:30AM on Saturday, March 3rd.
Convening of Bostonians
6PM Outside the Old State House. Free and open to all.
Before the action unfolds, watch downtown Boston transform into its colonial past as the citizens of the city gather outside the Old State House. Arrive early to hear from patriots, loyalists, and moderates who lived through the events that sparked the Revolution.
The Tragedy on King Street
7PM Outside the Old State House. Free and open to all.
Witness the violent and tumultuous incident on King Street, reenacted by living historians. Once the smoke clears, explore the galleries of the Old State House and discover how the aftermath of the Boston Massacre led to the birth of a nation.
THE BOSTONIAN SOCIETY
Old State House 206 Washington Street Boston, MA 02109-1773