Historic walking tour with a sweet ending!
Walk along the 18th-century streets and alleys where the Puritans of Boston's walked in the historical North End neighbourhood on this 90-minute walking tour. We will walk the same streets as Paul Revere and John Hancock while hearing about the Boston Tea Party the Old North Church and the about city's shipping industry and its smuggling. It's great to discover a side of Boston with Deacon John Larkin!
Explore the fascinating colonial-era streets once home to Rev. Prince, Paul Revere also Ralph Waldo Emerson and then try a fine dining experience at a true Italian restaurant.
Christopher Columbus Park
Original narrow streets and alleys
Paul Revere House
The site of Edward Taylors home
Old North Church
Copps hill burial sire
The site of the 1950 Brinks robbery.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At your hotel or any other reasonable location.
End location: At any reasonable location.
Duration: 1 hour 30 min.
Walking. We may use public transport if you are not located in the city centre.
A walking tour with a private local experienced guide.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 USD - Food and drinks.
- Entrance fees
- Transportation to the city centre (if need it).
Transportation can be arranged upon request. This is usually done by a third party company.
Your private vehicle may also be used if preferred.