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North End

Settled in the 17th century, the vibrant North End of Boston is the city's earliest neighborhood. Its old-world feel comes naturally with cobblestone streets, historic statues and tucked-away secret parts. This is Boston's Italian district, and it is lined with wonderful restaurants and cafes. The Freedom Trail winds its way through the streets and stops at Paul Revere's House, Copp's Burying Ground and the Old North Church. Be sure to visit the Paul Revere Mall and take in the famous statue that dates back to 1885. During July and August, a host of outdoor festivals that honor the neighborhood’s patron saints. A walk through Hanover Street during one of these exuberant festivals gives you a real taste of the neighborhood. Be sure to visit St. Stephen's Church. The Italian Renaissance Church, designed by Bostonian Charles Bulfinch, was built in 1804 and features a bell cast by Paul Revere.

NORTH END SITES OF INTEREST

 

Paul Revere House | 19 North Square, Phone: 617-523-2338

http://www.paulreverehouse.org/


Part of The Freedom Trail

The Pierce/Hichborn House | 19 North Square, Phone: 617-523-2338

http://www.paulreverehouse.org/about/piercehichborn.html


Part of The Freedom Trail

Ebenezer Clough House | 21 Unity Street

http://www.fodors.com/world/north-america/usa/massachusetts/boston/review-178385.html

 

Old North Church | 193 Salem Street, Phone: 617-523-6676

http://www.oldnorth.com/


Part of The Freedom Trail

Copp’s Hill Burying Ground | 21 Hull Street, Phone: 617-635-7389

http://www.cityofboston.gov/freedomtrail/coppshill.asp


Part of The Freedom Trail

Skinny House (aka Spite House) | 44 Hull Street

http://www.celebrateboston.com/strange/skinny-house.htm

 

NORTH END THINGS TO DO:

 

Walk Down Hanover Street


When autumn leaves are falling and it’s still warm enough to be in short sleeves at the end of September, a walk down Hanover Street makes life worth living.

Annual St. Anthony’s Feast & the Festival of Santa Lucia | Endicott/Thacher/Margin Streets, Phone: 617-723-8669

http://www.celebrateboston.com/saint-anthonys-feast.htm


One of Boston’s largest events of the summer with colorful parades, strolling musicians, authentic Italian food, time-honored processions and customs, Italian folk dancing, and continuous live entertainment.

Italian Festivals


There’s a different Italian Festival every weekend throughout the summer. Many festival themes are based on Catholic saints.

 
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