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Old North Church


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193 Salem Street
Boston, MA 02113

 (617) 523-6676

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"It's also a historic area and home to both the Old North Church and the Paul Revere House."  See More

"Start from Old North Church (or wherever you find the trail on Causeway street and follow it up to Massachusetts State House opposite Boston Common."  See More

"Hop the Subway over to Boston: New England Aquarium, Haymarket, Faneuil Hall (lots of fun with eateries and shops and the site of Patrick Henry's famous speech), up to the North End where you will find the Old North Church and amazing Italian food."  See More

"And the trail takes you through the North End, where along side the Old North Church and Paul Revere House are great Italian restaurants and pastry shops and delis and bakeries."  See More

"You can walk any part of the Freedom Trail including a shopping/eating stop at Faneuil Hall and historical stops at Old North Church, Old State House, and Paul Revere House."  See More

"They have this same tour at Old North Church You climb the same church steps as Paul Revere did as a young bell ringer."  See More

"Spend some time in the North End- along with the Old North Church, this area is also the site of The Great Molasses Flood of 1919, the Brinks Robbery, and the Skinny House at 44 Hull Street."  See More

"The North End​ is a very interesting stop. You can walk the freedom trail, see The Paul Revere House​ and the Old North Church​. It is a nice Italian neighborhood in Boston. There are too many restaurants to determine the best one but Regina Pizzeria​ is a must and Modern Pastry​ for cannoli is essential. From the North End you can go to Faneuil Hall​ or TD Garden​ or the waterfront. The Aquarium​ is also there along with pick up for the duck boats and the town trolly. There is public transportation there as well. You will be best off if you don't stay in Boston Proper to take the subway (public transportation) since garages are quite costly and street parking almost non existent! It will be a part of your trip you will remember! If you are a baseball fan I highly suggest visiting Fenway Park​ even if you are not a Sox fan. It is one of the smallest parks and the tour is interesting and on mine we did get to go to almost all areas of the field. You can't go wrong with Boston there is something for everyone! Enjoy!"








   
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