This is a wonderful historical church! It is free to the public but they do ask for a free will offering to help support the tour guides. Learning about the churches' significants to the American Revolution is great.
About North End
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Loved exploring the fun in North End. Take time and enjoy at least 1/2 day! This is the place to stop and enjoy some people watching. Take time to sit and sip a special beverage at a street corner cafe.
The facts and history of why wealthy people such as Fitzgeralds live in this area to be common people helped us understand it better. During American Revolution is was the only cemetery to bury workers.
We were cramming to fit in everything we wanted to see but I'm glad we took time in the North Church, Paul Revere's home and the Italian neighborhoods. Unfortunalty we didn't have time to stop and eat anywhere but the neighborhoods we different than the...More
The North End of Boston is the Italian neighborhood, filled with Italian restaurants. The aromas waft from the windows and draw you in.
While on our Freedom Trail self guided walking tour we first spotted the steeple of the Old North Church and than the classic statue of Paul Revere on his horse. If one comes via the back streets the Revere statue would be missed. This old...More
Beautiful area with lots of food choices, including pastry shops. Lots of character in the buildings and the streets twist and turn, so might be easy to get turned around. Highly recommend spending time in this area.