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    Old South Meeting House Bell Raising Ceremony

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    October 16, 2011


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    Old South Meeting House Bell Raising Ceremony

    Famed as the place where the Boston Tea Party began, Old South Meeting House will host a celebration to commemorate the raising of a historic bell, made by Paul Revere in 1801, to its clock tower. Old South Meeting House has not had a bell in its clock tower since 1876. The bell will be on display to the public outside Old South Meeting House prior to the bell raising ceremony.
    The celebration will take place on the plaza across the...

    Famed as the place where the Boston Tea Party began, Old South Meeting House will host a celebration to commemorate the raising of a historic bell, made by Paul Revere in 1801, to its clock tower. Old South Meeting House has not had a bell in its clock tower since 1876. The bell will be on display to the public outside Old South Meeting House prior to the bell raising ceremony.
    The celebration will take place on the plaza across the street from Old South Meeting House and will include a city wide bell ringing as the bell is hoisted by a crane up to the clock tower. For more information on the bell raising ceremony go to www.oldsouthmeetinghouse.org.


    Old South Meeting House

    310 Washington Street
    Boston, MA 02108

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    Admission Info:

    Free Admission


    General Day and Time Info:

    1:00 PM- 2:05 PM


    phone: 617-482-6434


    Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

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