Opening Reception: The Old State House

Morrissey Goodale’s A/E CEO Event at Fenway Park kicks off the evening of September 7th with a cocktail reception at one of the nation’s most historically significant buildings, Boston’s Old State House.

Build in 1713, The Old State House is the oldest public building in the original 13 colonies and served as the seat of the British goverment in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the first Massachusetts State House, and Boston’s City Hall. Just outside its doors the Boston Massacre took place, and within its walls, the opposition to British rule was organized by patriots such as John Adams, John Hancock, and Samuel Adams. And on July 18, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was proclaimed from the east side balcony to jubilant crowds.

During our cocktail reception, you will enjoy exclusive access to both floors of the Old State House. The numerous historic artifacts on display include tea from the Boston Tea Party, the inaugural coat worn by John Hancock who famously signed the Declaration of Independence, and so much more!

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A/E CEO Event Fenway Park
4 Yawkey Way, Boston
September 7-8, 2017

Seating is limited and this event will sell out.
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The oldest surviving public building in Boston...