The original
North End Secret Tour

Join us for a two hour walk of one of America’s oldest, most vibrant neighborhoods. From the Brahmins to the mariners, to the Irish, the Jews, and the Italians - learn how each group left their mark on life, commerce and customs. Discover the man who flew from the steeple of Old North Church in 1757 and how he did it, and what caused the great molasses flood of 1919 that swept 21 people to their death. Why was Rev. Edward Taylor called the “Shakespeare of the sailor and of the poor?” Learn the answers to these questions and many more surprising, entertaining sometimes startling secrets from Boston’s North End.

Tour Length: approximately 2 hours

Ticket Price: $18.00
Advance Purchase is Required

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North End Boston Tour

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“When my husband booked your tour I thought it was going to be all off the revolutionary war stuff that put me to sleep in high school. Who knew there were so many crazy stories! And yes, I'm recommending you to everyone who visits Boston!"

Valerie M, Fallon NV