Boston Wax Museum

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Address: Boston City Hall Plaza 1 Washington Mall Boston, MA 02108
Phone Number: 857-233-5437
Director: Jed Reitler

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Days and Hours: Mon-Fri 10am to 5pm Sat-Sun 10am to 6pm

American History on Boston's Freedom Trail
Field Trip Fun and Education on the Boston Freedom Trail

Explore US History with Every President

Guided Tour, Class Activities, Biographies and Lesson Plans
Curriculum for Kindergarten to 12th Grade
Students Love Augmented Reality Exhibits
Immersive Themed Galleries and 100+ Famous Figures
Hall of Presidents, Oval Office, World Leaders, and More!
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Grade Levels:
Group Type: Camp and Class Field Trip
Disabled Access:

Disabled Friendly and ADA Compliant with Street Level Access, Elevator and Smooth Floors

Program Type:

Camp and Class Field Trip Programs
Curriculum for Kindergarten to 12th Grade
Class Activity Sheets and Lesson Plans
Personal Guide and History Lessons
History Presentations on Video Wall

Accreditation: Historic Site of Paul Revere Silversmith
Admission/Tickets: $15
Food: Over 50 eateries and public spaces within 1000 feet Indoor lunches available on request
Length of Visit: 60 - 90 Minutes
Student/Staff Ratio: 20
Max. Group Number: 300
Group Requirements: 10 or more guests, 1 week notice, 50% refundable deposit to RSVP
Exhibits: Every US President with Bios Hall of Presidents Oval Office World Leaders Royal Throne Room Hollywood Icons Music Legends Sports Arena Tech Titans A-List Ballroom
Freebies: Augmented Reality on FREE Mobile App Guided Tour with History Expert Presentation of Paul Revere, Wax History, and Making of Wax Figures
Gift Shop/Factory Outlet: Themed Gift Shop
Retail Store: Custom Photos and Souvenirs Available
Amenities: Free Wi-Fi
Reservations Needed: 1 Week RSVP

Boston City Hall Plaza

Corner of Congress St and State St
Next to Boston City Hall, Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, Old State House, Freedom Trail
Freedom Trail Boston City Hall Plaza Map and Directions to Wax Museum

Nearby Attractions: Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Quincy Market, Freedom Trail, Old State House, Boston City Hall
Mission Statement:

Our Mission

To create a city-centric museum that educates, entertains and offers meaningful experiences to our guests. To provide an institution that connects the old with the new while nurturing an interest and appreciation for art and history.

Philosophy/Belief Statement:

Originally from Brazil, and direct descendants of Boston's beloved Maestro, Arthur Fiedler, the creators of Dreamland Wax Museum own and operate several successful museum businesses throughout Latin America. They are great fans of history, museums and all things Boston. Dreamland Wax Museum proudly stands on historic Dock Square, where Paul Revere and his father's famous silversmith shop once operated, back in the late 1700's. Choosing Boston as the place to open their first U.S. wax museum was easy; Boston is where it all began. Finding the location where Paul Revere's silversmith shop once stood sealed the deal and on July 31, 2017, Dreamland Wax Museum opened its doors and has quickly become one of New England's premiere attractions.


Classes Love Boston Wax Museum

"Thank you so much for the great introduction to the museum, the extra guidance throughout, discounted pictures and our lunch spot! The students were excited and are still talking about the awesome exhibits."

"This was a amazing wax museum to tour. Everyone was accommodating. It was very easy getting of the trolley tour and being welcomed was quite nice. Definitely worth the visit!"

"MUST see spot here in the heart of Boston. Gift shop offers affordable prices for souvenirs as well.

Facility History:

Historic Site of Paul Revere's Goldsmith and Silversmith Shop

Additional Information:

Free Wi-Fi
Free Mobile App
Free Wheelchair Loan