Boston's North End "Little Italy" Pizza, Cannoli, and History Walking Food Tour

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  • Group Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 2.3 hr

Treat yourself to some of the best pizza in Boston on this North End History & Pizza Walking Tour through Boston's "Little Italy". See the sights as you walk in the footsteps of Revolutionary Patriots like Paul Revere, Samuel Adams and George Washington. During this fun history walk you’ll see FIVE Freedom Trail sites, plus enjoy THREE different slices from some of Boston’s very best Pizzerias. Pizzerias on tour do rotate, and may include – a slice named in the “Top 25 Best” in America by a Famous Food Critic, a slice from Boston’s oldest Pizzeria with a brick oven from 1883, a “Secret Underground” spot for grilled flat-bread Pizza, or taste Neapolitan-style from the Winner of Boston's 1st annual Pizza Festival! Some slices are enjoyed "al fresco" in Local parks. Bonus Stop at Modern Pastry to finish with a FREE cannoli! See and learn about top Boston sites including Paul Revere House, Old North Church, the Skinny House, Bunker Hill Monument, USS Constitution, and Copp's Hill Cemetery.

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Stop At: North End

GOT PIZZA? Discover the historic North End on a Food Tour through Boston's oldest neighborhood. Affectionately known by locals as Boston's "Little Italy", the North End boasts more than 50 different pizza choices alone. Pizza stops rotate, but can include a slice named in the “Top 25 Best” in America by a Famous Food Critic, the Pizzeria that Won Boston’s 1st Annual Pizza Festival, a slice from Boston’s oldest Pizzeria with a brick oven from 1883, a “Secret Underground” spot for grilled flat-bread Pizza, a slice voted “Boston’s Best” multiple times, or from a restaurant named one of the “Top 10 Best” Italian Restaurants in the World! This fun tour also includes a cannoli from a famous North End bakery.

Duration: 2 hour

Pass By: The Paul Revere House

See Paul Revere's House (circa 1680), it's the oldest residence in the city of Boston. This historic home was already 90 years old when Paul Revere moved into it!

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Old North Square is the oldest section, of Boston's oldest neighborhood. North Square dates to 1630, and is the very first permanent English settlement in America.

Stop At: Old North Church & Historic Site

Visit the campus of Boston's oldest standing church (circa 1723) for a talk on "One if by Land, and Two if by Sea". Walk the grounds, maybe enjoy a slice with Saint Francis of Assisi, and visit the Gift Shop! Admission to the Church IS NOT included.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Copp's Hill Burying Ground

Visit Boston's 2nd oldest burying ground (c1650), and learn about the Salem Witch Trial connection. Hear the story behind the "Skinny House".

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Bunker Hill Monument

Get a birds-eye view of Charlestown Navy Yard, USS Constitution and Bunker Hill memorial from beautiful Copp's Hill Terrace.

Pass By: Skinny House

Walk by the famous Skinny House in the North End and learn why it is called that.

Pass By: USS Constitution

See the USS Constitution from an amazing vantage point in the North End. Hear a brief history of its name "Old Ironsides."

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This FUN tour includes a FREE Cannoli from a famous North End bakery, where "the locals go"!
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