Old South Meeting House & Old State House

        Revolutionary Spaces tells the interwoven stories of two of Boston's most iconic sites—the Old State House and Old South Meeting House.
         Constructed in 1713, the Old State House was the center of royal government in the Massachusetts Bay colony and the focal point for many of the Revolution's most dramatic events, including the Boston Massacre.
        Built in 1729, the Old South Meeting House was the largest building in colonial Boston and the site of the most stirring mass meetings that led to the Boston Tea Party and the American Revolution.
        Today, these historic sites and museums—located just two blocks from each other in the heart of downtown Boston—provide thought-provoking exhibits, compelling walking tours, exciting educational offerings, and engaging public programs.
        Visit the very places that changed American history forever!.
(photo: Kieltyka-Brown Photography 2009)

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