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Hours:Hours Vary see below
Ages:Kids, Teens, Adults
In/Outdoor:Indoor, Outdoor
Cost:$$ see below
Category:Tours
boston pizza tours photoOur 'Pizza & North End Tour' explores the North End, Boston's oldest neighborhood settled in 1630. Italian is still spoken in the quaint, cobblestone streets of this historic area.

Enjoy THREE slices of Boston's best Pizza, and see FIVE sites along Boston's Freedom Trail.

Tour Highlights
  • Enjoy a slice from Boston's oldest Pizzeria with an oven from 1888! Get inside Boston's oldest standing church, circa 1723.
  • Visit Boston's 2nd oldest Burial Ground dating back to 1661. Taste a slice from a North End Pizzeria named Top-25 Best in America!
  • Discover a birds-eye view of Charlestown, Bunker Hill Memorial, Navy Yard and USS Constitution.
  • Grab drinks at a Tavern (circa 1780) where George Washington stopped after the Revolution!
  • Enjoy a scenic public Ferry ride across Boston Harbor - don't forget your camera! Taste a slice from Little Italy's only wood-fired, brick oven.

School Group Tours

Boston Pizza Tours also offers our 'Pizza & Patriots Tour' to School aged Groups. This fun & educational tour explores the life & legend of Paul Revere, a true American Patriot, and includes behind the scenes access to Old North Church (tour steeple & crypts below!), OR the Paul Revere House (get inside, circa 1680!), OR the Clough House (olde-world Printing & Chocolate making demos!). Feel free to list us elsewhere on your site (School Group Programs) as well.

Visit either the Oldest Tavern in America (circa1795), OR a Tavern known as the Headquarters of the Revolution.

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Pizza & North End Tour runs Daily at 11:00 and 2:00pm / Pizza & Historic Tavern Tour runs weekdays (Mon-Fri) at 5:00pm

From December thru March we operate a 'Winter Weekends' tour schedule with North End tours at 11am on Sat & Sun, Historic Taverns tours are 2pm on Sat ONLY. April thru November we operate daily tours.


COST↑ top

Pizza & North End Tour at $49/pp. Kids 5 and under are FREE (Pizza NOT included).
**Advanced Ticket Purchase is Required.


WEBSITE↑ top

www.BostonPizzaTours.com

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71 Commercial St., Ste 134, Boston, MA, 02109 map
Phone: 617-401-0661

Boston Pizza Tours start in the North End, at the corner of Hanover St and Cross St near the Boxers Statue

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4-starA spooky delicious haunted tour
Fun to go as a group! This seasonal twist on the regular tour is a fun outdoor activity that can be safely enjoyed during these crazy COVID times. The haunted tour starts at the Old North Church where we were led down into the crypts below the church (very cool!). From there, we got to go to three different places for a slice of pizza, with some stops at sites along the way to hear about haunted happenings and history of the area. Being locals, it was really fun to learn some spooky new tales of things that happened right here in our own backyard.
4-starPizza History Fun
You can't go wrong with the pizza on this tour. The slices are delicious and the places you go are not the ones you would pick from the outside, which is the insider info that I definitely appreciate. History-wise our guide was pretty knowledgeable about the North End. We stopped at Paul Revere's house, Old North Church, Copps Hill Cemetery and my 2 teens, full of pizza, learned quite a bit. (You also get to enjoy a cannoli!)
5-starGreat experience for the whole family
Our tour was much more than expected! The pizza was delicious and the slice sizes and variety was a pleasant surprise. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and entertaining- we enjoyed learning about all the hidden gems we did not know existed in the North End. What a great way to spend a beautiful Saturday afternoon! I would highly recommend.
5-starGreat tour - family friendly
Love the idea of a pizza tour! A little North End history, a little walking, and some delicious food mixed together - you can't go wrong. We had a great time with our tour guide - he was funny, personable, and knew his stuff. It's hard to pick what our family enjoyed most, the tasty pizza and cannoli or the inside stories of the neighborhood's history. We would highly recommend the tour.

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