The Old South Meeting House was built in 1729 as a Puritan place of worship. This is where the revolution was fomented -- and the Tea Party planned -- by the likes of Samuel Adams, Joseph Warren, James Otis, and John Hancock. It's now a museum that hosts historic and political talks and remains "a platform for free and unfettered speech." Says Mantouvalos: "Benjamin Franklin was baptized here." Need we say more?