North End Tour

Boston’s Little Italy is also one of the nation’s oldest inhabited neighborhoods. Deadly molasses floods, anti-British riots, and mafia intrigue have coursed through the streets of this section of Boston. From Paul Revere’s House and the Old North Church to Mike’s Pastries, the history of this neighborhood is rich.

From Puritans to cannoli shops, this tour intersperses plenty of Revolution, salty maritime activity, and immigrant life to paint the history of Boston amidst the city's best eateries. Stop for pizza or oysters afterwards, and you won’t have far to go!


  • Fanueil Hall/Quincy market
  • Union Oyster House (nation’s oldest restaurant)
  • Bell in Hand Tavern (nation’s oldest tavern)
  • Green Dragon Tavern
  • The Big Dig/Rose Kennedy Greenway
  • Boston’s Little Italy
  • Paul Revere House
  • North Square/Seaman’s Bethel/Mariners House
  • Rose Kennedy Birthplace
  • St. Stephen’s Church
  • Paul Revere Mall
  • Old North Church
  • Copps' Hill Burying Ground
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  • This tour is included in Freedom Trail Tours longer than 2 hours, but can also be done on it's own.
  • Private tours begin at $300.00 (+tax), which covers up to 10 guests for up to two hours.
  • For tours longer than two hours, groups under 10 guests are $150.00 (+tax) per hour per guide.
  • For customized tours in groups larger than 10, please contact us for pricing.
  • This tour can be delivered in Corporate attire, Colonial Period dress, or Victorian-era Dress, as requested.
  • This is a walking tour, and not transferable as a ride-along tour by vehicle, though it can be covered as one piece of a ride-along tour.


We Can't...

  • Union Oyster House no longer takes reservations. We apologize, but we cannot make arrangements for your group to dine there. However, if you contact them directly, they do have rooms for rent for corporate or private group functions and meals.
  • Please know that our outdoor market known as Haymarket only operates Friday and Saturday. We can only take you there then!