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After years of construction and setbacks, the new Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum has opened to the public.
David L. Ryan/globe staff
The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum is finally open on Congress Street.
Up in the rigging of the Elenor is rigger Barbara Kransinski.
A replica of one of the famous ships, the Elenor.
Actor David Stickney spoke to an early tour group.
A crew set up an exhibit.
The new museum is open for visitors on Congress Street on the waterfront.
Some of the portraits at the museum come to life.
Chelsea White swept up in Abigail’s Tea Room.
One of the museum's exhibits.
Dalia Angelosanto got the gift shop ready for visitors.
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