- Small-group guided walking tour of Boston's historical North End neighborhood
- Explore the fascinating colonial-era streets once home to John Hancock and Paul Revere
- Learn about Boston’s role in American history from your expert historian guide
- Small-group tour limited to six people ensures a more personalized experience
What You Can Expect
Work your way through a maze of winding colonial-era streets and learn about some of the most significant moments in American history, such as the American Revolution and the Boston Tea Party. You'll also walk through Haymarket, one of the longest standing outdoor markets where many in the North End can still buy their groceries.
Discover how longshoremen (dock workers) came to call the North End home as the city’s shipping industry developed over time. Once home to African slaves, the area soon filled with Portuguese, Jewish, Irish and Italian immigrants. Learn how the area’s diverse ethnic and racial influences have evolved since the country’s inception more than 200 years ago.
After your walking tour, grab a bite to eat at one of the many delicious Italian restaurants -- the North End is known for exquisite Italian cuisine!
Excellent tour, highly recommended. The guide, Jessica, provided in-depth explanation, was friendly, very knowledgeable and even entertaining. Hers and her family's background in the historical North End, made the tour enriching and educational at the same time.
There were only 4 people in our tour including us. Our guide was wonderful!!!!!!!!!