- A 2-hour guided walking tour of historic Boston and some of the best pizzas in town
- Taste three slices of pizza from three popular pizzerias, including Boston’s oldest
- Learn about some of Boston’s history from your knowledgeable guide
- Visit five of the city’s most historic sites on the Freedom Trail
- All of the food is included on this tour, so come ready to eat
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What You Can Expect
Visit some of Boston’s most historic neighborhoods — like Beacon Hill, the Blackstone Block, the North End and Charlestown — along the Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile route that leads to 16 historically significant sites. Learn about Paul Revere House, the oldest remaining structure in downtown Boston and home to Paul Revere and his family in the 1700s. See sites like Old North Church, which played a dramatic role in the American Revolution, and the USS Constitution, aka Old Ironsides, the oldest commissioned warship afloat.
Then there’s the pizza that Boston’s Little Italy has become famous for. Visit three pizzerias, including Boston’s oldest, Regina Pizzeria, and enjoy a slice at each.
The best way to spend a Saturday in March.
We were very glad we chose this tour. Learned a lot about history of the North End and enjoyed some delicious pizza. Nicole was a delightful and enthusiastic guide. Would choose this tour again.
We had a great time on this tour. We saw and heard many interesting historical facts. The pizza was fantastic too!
We had a very fun, tasty, and informative tour. Our guide Martin was excellent. He has an in-depth knowledge of Boston's historical North End and more importantly, he knows where all the excellent pizza places and bakeries are! : We had a wonderful time and highly recommend this tour.
We really enjoyed the tour! Martin was very knowledgeable and a lot of fun!!!
We would highly recommend it:
Very informative and good fun. Pizza also exceptional.
Learned slot about Boston history. Had fun. Pizza was yummy!
LOVED this and Pat was awesome! All three pizza places were terrific and uniquely different - and the history behind them is so fun to learn. The best part about this tour, however, is the time Pat spent taking us to nearby Freedom Trail sites. The Old North Church as well as the printing press and chocolatier in period dress were really fun to experience, and because it was such a beautiful day we ate Regina's pizza al fresco out behind the church in the courtyard. This was the most of the Freedom Trail we experienced the whole weekend - though we wanted to do more - so to have this coupled with the Pizza Tour was such a bonus and completely appropriate as it gave us time to digest and truly enjoy each piece of pizza!
Pizza was delicious!! Had a great tour.