Open Hours: Daily: Jun-Oct 9a-6p, Nov-May 9a-5p; Sunday Service: 9a and 11a
Still an active Episcopalian Church, Old North Church, the oldest religious structure in Boston, dates back to 1723 and ... More
Old North Church
Still an active Episcopalian Church, Old North Church, the oldest religious structure in Boston, dates back to 1723 and occupies a special place in American history. On a fateful night in 1775, Paul Revere watched for the signal, "One if by land and two if by sea." After the church sexton hung two lanterns from the steeple, he began his famous midnight ride to wake and warn the countryside of the British troops' arrival. Every April, members of the colonial militia begin a lantern service commemorating the event.
It was cool to see this site that figured so prominently in the Revolutionary war. However, the church was small and run down and there was not a whole lot to actually see. After seeing it once, I wouldn't go again. The price is great though. It's free. (Dontations suggested)
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This Italian restaurant is a very popular North End establishment. Filet Minion, Lobster Ravioli and Swordfish are the most requested
menu entrees. The restaurant also serves the old standbys with new twists like Twice Breaded Chicken Parmesan. There is ...
As you sit in Copley Square, you cannot help noticing the incredible detail on the facade of this Episcopal church.
Finished in 1877, Trinity Church's Romanesque structure, designed by Henry H. Richardson, is considered one of the finest examples ...