The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
, a historic waterfront destination that immortalizes Boston’s Revolutionary War history, opened in June. The space, with 360-degree views of Boston Harbor, houses several authentically restored Tall Ships, as well as the Robinson tea crate, one of two surviving tea crates from the original Boston Tea Party. The space is available for buyout, accommodating 120 for meetings and hosting roaming receptions for 300. Abigail’s Tea Room, serving Colonial-era ales, wines, and classic New England fare, seats 120 and holds 140 for cocktails. Additionally, the museum’s theater offers a 15-foot screen with seating for 75.
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