Old South Meeting House 3.0 rating

  Landmarks

The Old South Meeting Room was where the Sons of Liberty originally met during the Revolutionary War period, where Samuel Adams gave the signal for the ?war whoops? that started the Boston Tea Party in 1773, and more than a 1000 men enlisted in a single day to fight for the Union. On the Boston Freedom Trail, it is now a museum not to be missed.

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About Old South Meeting House

 310 Washington Street, Boston, MA, United States

 Nearest Transit: State Station (Blue Line)

 +1 617-482-6439

 http://www.oldsouthmeetinghouse.org

Old South Meeting House and Nearby Attractions on Map

Nearby Attractions km / mile
Freedom Trail

Freedom Trail(0.4 km)
The Freedom Trail is a 2.

Boston Chinatown Gate

Boston Chinatown Gate(0.7 km)
The Chinatown Gate at the corner of Beach Street and Surface Road (T: South Station) is the most visible symbol of Chinatown for the tourists.

U.S.S. Constitution

U.S.S. Constitution(1.9 km)
The USS Constitution is the world's oldest afloat commissioned warship, docked in the Charlestown Navy Yard in the Boston National Historical Park.

Cathedral of the Holy Cross
Boston National Historical Park Visitor Center

Boston National Historical Park Visitor Center(0.4 km)
National Park Service Rangers lead a free 90 minute walking tour along the heart of Boston's Freedom Trail where you can learn about Boston's role in the American Revolution.

Boston Opera House

Boston Opera House(0.5 km)

African Meeting House

African Meeting House(0.6 km)
The African Meeting House is the oldest extant black church in the United States, built in 1806.

Boston Children's Museum

Boston Children's Museum(0.9 km)

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