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The Old South Meeting House had been built in 1729. During the colonial period, it had been the largest building in the city. It entered history books when the property served as the venue for mass protest meetings in 1773, which eventually resulted into the Boston Tea Party.

Today, the Old South Meeting House is not only a museum but also a National Historic Landmark. Exhibits featured in the museum include Voices of Protest - which include interactive presentations, life-like figures, and rare artefacts of the place?s history ? and If These Walls Could Speak, an exhibit that dwells on the fascinating and controversial events surrounding the Boston Tea Party and Britain?s occupation using state-of-the-art audio technology.

Besides exhibits, the Old South Meeting House also offers exciting and fun activities like scavenger hunts and the activity kit that enables visitors to see through the eyes of Anna Green Winslow, a pre-teen congregation member in the 18th century.
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