Quaint cobbled streets, a concentration of historic sites (and pubs), a fine selection of museums and proximity to major universities (and rural retreats) make Boston the destination of choice for those after culture, class and clam chowder.
Renovated and ship-shape for a 2010 reopening (consequent to fire damage), the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum is the place to get a glimpse of both authentic Boston Tea Party historic objects (Like the Robinson Tea Chest) and old traditional tall ship replicas. Visitors can explore cargo holds and crew quarters aboard and learn more about the history behind the infamous harbor "tea party" through interactive exhibits in the new museum space and wharf area.
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