This tour highlights the revolutionary history that took place along the Freedom Trail in the North End, Boston’s oldest residential neighborhood. On this tour, you will see:
- A visit inside Paul Revere House can be arranged at an additional charge. Downtown Boston’s oldest residence, Paul Revere House, that Paul Revere and his family owned and occupied from 1770 to 1800.
- Old North Church, also known as Christ Church. Built in 1723, it is now Boston’s oldest church building and remains an active Episcopal Church.
- Copp’s Hill Burying Ground: from this spot, British soldiers bombarded Breed’s Hill with cannon fire on June 17, 1775.
* This tour can be combined with our Walking Tour of the Freedom Trail.