Old North Church - North End
Other Ideas: Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum; Louisa May Alcott’s Orchard House - Home of the Alcotts; Castle Island and Fort Independence; Bunker Hill Monument; Swan Boat Rides
This fateful event ignited the American Revolution.
Built in 1723, it has the city's tallest steeple in Boston at 191 feet. From June to October you can tour the bell tower and the crypts.
On the second Sunday of the month, the 5 PM service features an organist and choir for young music lovers.
Other attraction that are between 7-15 minutes away include The Boston State House, The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Public Garden, The New England Aquarium, Boston Children's Museum, Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum, The USS Constitution, and Fenway Park.
Find lots more ideas on fun things to do with the family in Boston.
Tuesday–Sunday, Closed Monday
March–May: 9am–5pm, daily
June–October: 9am–6pm, daily
November–December: 10am–5pm, daily
Closed to Visitors on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day
Donations are appreciated
- Parking is available at the Government Center Parking Garage located at 50 New Sudbury Street and Fitz Inn-Auto Park located at the corner of Commercial Street and Hull Street.
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