Taking the Kids to visit Boston and the historic Boston Tea Party
Boston Tea Partu reenactment

Taking the Kids to visit Boston and the historic Boston Tea Party

There may be 21st-century LED holiday lights all over Boston, but we’ve time-traveled back to 1773 — Dec. 16, 1773 to be exact — the night that literally changed the course of American history.

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To Boston’s children’s museum celebrating 100 years of the power of play
Boston Childrens Museum 3-story vertical cliimbing maze

To Boston’s children’s museum celebrating 100 years of the power of play

When the kids lead the way, we’re guaranteed smiles rather than whines. And there’s no better place to let kids lead the way and to see the power of play in action than at the Boston Children’s Museum, which is celebrating its centennial this month on the South Boston Waterfront.

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Kids and families participate and learn at the site of the Boston Tea Party
Aboard the Tea Party ship in Boston Harbor

Kids and families participate and learn at the site of the Boston Tea Party

It may be 90 degrees but we’re making believe it’s December—and we’ve time traveled back to 1773 –December 16, 1773 to be precise. We’re part of the night that literally changed the course of American history—The Boston Tea Party, of course. Welcome to the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum

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